SUMMIT, NJ — These fluffy, adorable kittens are looking for their “furever” home. Check out these six kittens that are available now for adoption through Summit Animal Rescue Association (SARA, Inc.).
SARA is a non-profit organization with locations in North and Central New Jersey. They are a 501(c)(3) organization, so your donations are tax-deductible.
Chloe and Carla had a rough start on the streets of Newark. They were very frightened when they were first rescued and are now much more social and playful. Carla is gray and white and Chloe is black and white. Their tails flip from side to side when their foster mom enters their room. They purr and like to be petted. Chloe and Carla love playing with their toys. They do not like to be picked up or held, but may change their minds in the right home. Chloe and Carla need a forever home with a kind and patient family. They are FIV/FeLV negative, spayed, and current on vaccines. For more information click here.
This adorable boy, Jay and his sister Mal were found in a back yard with their feral Mom and 2 siblings. They are absolutely adorable and fun. Great with other Pets. Mal has short hair and Jay has long. They are talkative and love to hang out with you. They adore each other and other pets! For more information click here for Jay and for more information click here for Mal.
Mack is such a sweetie. This adorable boy is the runt of .his family. Left behind in the streets, he was saved from a young girl who found him all alone. Took him a bit to eat on his own but finally did. His growth is off a bit but he is perfectly healthy. He loves Zero and Zero loves him. We are hoping that these two boys and remain growing up together. Zero has truly helped Mack find a light that makes him shine so bright. he is FIV/FELV neg and up to date on vaccines. He is ready to go! For more information click here.
(Image via Petfinder)
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Originally published Sep 30, 2017.