My name is 5th Generation Babies!

Domestic Shorthair Kitten for adoption in Harrison, New York - 5th Generation Babies
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Facts about 5th Generation Babies

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Gray, Blue Or Silver Tabby
  • Age: Kitten
  • Sex: Female
  • Hair: Short
Meet the 5th Generation Babies! These youngsters and their mom were rescued from an alley, where they lived behind a fence, and the poor mom had endured raising several litters all on her own.

Today: the mama has now been spayed, and her little family is being fostered and nurtured.

At 14 weeks old, these little buddies are full love and life! They are now ready for their forever homes. Three have already been adopted (Charlie, Lulu and Gracie).

Even though they have the run of the house at their foster parents, they stay close to the area where their toys, food and litter are. All kitties are very well adjusted, purr like crazy, love affection and tummy rubs. They have excellent bathroom skills and are great eaters.

Although each sibling has her or his own unique personality, they are all adorable little loves. These cuties should be adopted as siblings or with another young cat in the household.

Please find their individual descriptions on the site: Jasmine and Sasha still remain to be adopted.

About Pet Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Pet Rescue is a 501(c)(3) non-profit animal rescue organization founded in 1982 by volunteer workers who met at a "no-kill" animal shelter. Dismayed at the terrible living conditions of the animals there, they left to establish a rescue group to properly care for cats and dogs in need, and find them safe and loving homes.

Many of our animals are fostered by group members and outside volunteers, while other animals are housed at our facility. The animals come from various places. Some come from owners who are no longer able to care for them. Others are taken from shelters, yet still others (many others) come from the streets. Those rescued from the streets often arrive sick or injured, and are subsequently treated by veterinarians. We have great success finding homes for puppies and kittens as well as older animals and those with special needs (such as blind and handicapped cats and dogs). We pride ourselves on finding the best match between people and pets. We average about 600 adoptions per year!

We are always in need of donations to help us continue our mission - and we could not survive without our wonderful volunteers. We are always in need of more foster homes. We invite you to explore our website to learn more about us!

Come Meet Our Pets...

We have adoption events almost every weekend or you can meet a pet by appointment. Please check our calendar under "events" on our website or click here: While many of our animals are kenneled in our facility, many are fostered in loving homes which provides special care and attention - and allows Pet Rescue to expertly match our pets with prospective homes.

Our Adoption Process...

To adopt a cat or dog, please fill out an adoption application from our website: under the "adopt" tab. The adoption donation for a puppy/dog is $300-$450 and for kitten/cat is $100-$175 (high amounts for pure breeds). If the puppy or kitten is too young to be neutered, we require a spay/neuter deposit of $60 which is refundable upon receipt of proof from your vet. All adoption donations are tax-deductible. Our pets are examined by a veterinarian, spayed and neutered if age appropriate, vaccinated, dewormed, receive flea/tick treatment and microchipped. Our review process may happen quickly (within two days) or may take up to two weeks - email is our preferred means of communication. Please contact us by email at or call (914) 835-3332 .