Dog Days with a Bonus! Cute Kittens Need New Homes
There's a reason I sought out a part time job at a veterinary office when I was younger. It's because I LOVE animals. My allergies disagree but to heck with them! That's why Thursdays are my favorite day of the week. It's Dog Days!
Today, I squealed when I saw not two, but four giant eyes looking out at me from the carrier.
These kittens are about 3-4 months old and are gorgeous. Their names are Lagertha and Torvi, which...no I'm not sure how to pronounce. The names are apparently derived from the Vikings, but you can always change it if you want when you adopt.
While their names may come from Vikings, that's where the similarities stop. Torvi has the most precious, most high pitch yet soft, little 'meow' I've ever heard. Lagertha, who is distinguished by the gray stripe on her head, was a little more stoic but very laid back.
The first question I asked Katie Timber was, "Do these kitties need to be adopted together?" Her answer was no. Yes, they'd probably be happy being adopted together but, she thinks they'll thrive if adopted separately too.
Keep in mind, these kittens are, well, kittens. They caused a little bit of mischief for Katie this morning, as most kittens do, so make sure that you're ready for a lot of playing, a lot of energy, and, most importantly, a lot of adorableness. I'm not even sure that's a real word...but it applies.
Lagertha and Torvi are currently up to date on shots, microchipped, spayed and are ready to be adopted. You can find out more information on the SPCA's website.
With the holidays fast approaching, a lot of people might be struggling. If you, or someone you know, may be struggling to feed their pet the SPCA can help with their Kibble Connection Program. They partner with local food banks to help provide dog and cat food for those in need. You can find more about that program here.
As well, if you know of an outdoor dog that needs a warm shelter, contact the SPCA. They can help with their Cold Noses Warm Hearts program. They'll coordinate food and building warm shelters for these outdoor animals. Again, find more information here.
As always, even if you're not in a place where you can adopt a new family member, please share so we can find these animals their forever homes. ❤️