The look on a child’s face when they receive a new puppy, kitten, or other pet as a gift can be so wonderful. They are excited and happy and everything is great for the first few days. Unfortunately, pets are a big responsibility and not everyone is ready to handle the load. Pets need to be fed, groomed, and cleaned up after on a regular basis. A pet adjusting to its new home might not sleep much for the first few nights and could keep its new owners awake. Bringing home a new member of the family is an adjustment for everyone. For a family that is ready a pet is a welcome and exciting addition. For a family that is not ready a new pet can become a burden. Gifting a pet to a child usually means adding extra expenses and chores for the parent. Pets given as surprise gifts often end up in shelters within a few weeks because the receiving family was not prepared to adopt a pet. Before gifting a pet to someone, please be certain that the whole family is ready, willing, and able to care for their new pet.
Holly, Jolly & Jingle are in need a Foster Home or a Forever Home
Littermates Born July 15, 2015. All three are FeLv neg & FIV neg. Dewormed. Revolution every month. Vaccinated for FVRCP (plus booster) & Rabies. All have excellent temperaments. Have been with other cats, dogs, humans including grade school age children. Holly: Female spayed Tabby. Jolly: Male neutered champagne tabby with white paws. Jingle: Male neutered champagne tabby. Please call 918.346.0823 OR email if interested. Free to qualifying home!
UPDATE JANUARY 2016: Thanks to all of you spreading the word all three kittens were adopted. Holly was adopted by a young lady who already had one cat and the two kitties have become best friends. Jolly and Jingle were adopted by a loving family with two children and we are pleased to report that both kittens and kids are very happy.