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NOTL Cat Rescue has kitten pairs up for adoption

One pair has an adoption pending, the other two kittens are still looking for forever homes.

Tanya Rice, a volunteer and director of fundraising for NOTL Cat Rescue, says in celebration of Valentine’s Day a private donation of $100 has been pledged towards the adoption fees for four beautiful kittens now in foster care.

The nine-month-old kittens are looking to be adopted in pairs, she says.

One pair, Miesha and Paisley, have an adoption pending. The other two kittens, brothers Prince and Phoenix, are still available for adoption.

The benefactor is offering a gift of $100 for each kitten, which would otherwise be $200.

NOTL Cats partners with Virgil Pet Valu on Niagara Stone Road with monthly meet and greets, rotating Saturdays and Sundays, and Prince and Phoenix are expected to be there next Sunday, if they haven’t found a forever home by then. Both are fully vetted: neutered, microchipped and vaccinated.

Rice strongly encourages prospective adopters to review the kittens’ bios on the website to ensure their lifestyle meets adoption requirements.

NOTL Cats is 100 per cent volunteer-driven, non-profit and foster-based, with a proven record of successful adoptions.

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