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Orphaned kittens find Forever Homes for the Holidays

When Pasado’s Safe Haven, a non-profit animal sanctuary near Monroe, received a call about a cat that had been hit by a car and killed, leaving six three day old kittens behind, they immediately set to work to find suitable foster care.
Kittens from left to right: Jingles, Tinsel, Red, Mistletoe, Snow, and Elf. Photo credit:Rachele Valadez, Artis Photography.

By Lesley Van Winkle, News of Mill Creek

When Pasado’s Safe Haven, a non-profit animal sanctuary near Monroe, received a call at the end of October about a momma cat that had been hit by a car and killed in Gold Bar, leaving six three day old kittens behind, they immediately set to work to find suitable foster care.

This job was not for the faint of heart as the kittens needed to be bottle fed every two or three hours ‘round the clock until they were five weeks old and able to eat wet food. After a few phone calls a local volunteer, Jana Hayes, agreed to take them.

Although the mortality rate is high, Hayes, her husband and two teenage daughters were able to save all six of the kittens.

Pasado’s collaborated with the Community Cat Coalition to get the kittens vaccinated and de-wormed and used donated funding to get them neutered.

As a result of the recent “Home for the Holidays” event in Mukilteo sponsored by the Community Cat Coalition, all six kittens have adoption applications pending in wonderful homes.

The “Home for the Holidays” cat and dog adoption event continues this weekend at:

Harbor Pointe Shopping Center (Next to QFC)
11706 Mukilteo Speedway, Mukilteo

The days and times are as follows:

  • Friday, December 19th: 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm
  • Saturday, December 20th: 11:00 am – 6:00 pm
  • Sunday, December 21st: 11:00 am – 5:00 pm

In addition, Artis Photography will be offering Santa Photos for families and pets.

                       

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