These playful fluff-balls of purrs are precious, and sure do not want to grow up homeless, but as part of your family!
All our kittens come spayed or neutered, vaccinated and de-wormed. They are also given flea prevention and tested.
These kittens were born in April and were rescued, taken to a high kill shelter in rural KY and then rescued by EARS as they were all scheduled to be killed due to lack of space in the shelter. There was a group of 16 kittens in this group all coming from the same home that we rescued.
Thankfully we had some foster homes available to help with all these kittens. These two sweet boys got to go to one together. Their foster family has named them Parker and Chandler. They are so lucky because they get tons of attention from their foster sister who is 13 years old. She spends hours with them, socializing them and playing with them.
Parker is a handsome medium length coat male kitten. His coat is just beautiful and oh so soft. He has tabby and white markings.
Chandler is a grey tabby. He has short-hair and his coat is very silky.
Are you in love? Please email us so you can fill out an adoption application and let's get started! Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you cannot adopt but you would like to help you can make a donation or sponsorship to defray the cost of our high vet bills please mail donations to: EARS, P.O. Box 445, Salamanca, NY 14779.
You are also able to make donations via Pay Pal to us at email@example.com. We are in need of help for our ongoing spay and neuter clinics and Pet Emergency Angel Fund as more and more animals need our help off the streets and back country roads! Any amount is greatly appreciated!
Did you know that your donation to EARS is also tax-exempt? That's just an added bonus to helping a homeless animal in need!
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