Ok, it is a cruddy pict.
While I was at the shelter I was surprised how many kittens they had. Four different sets of kittens were sitting in cages because they were still too small to be up for adoption (I'm not even going to mention the number of kittens up for adoption)
Again, the photos aren't the best..
Four adorable kittens (with a mom - who was a calico) taking a nap. Didn't even wake up when I opened the cage door to take a better picture.
Then there was this set of five kittens:
|I'm that cute?|
Lastly there was this poor soul. I'm assuming male, but I didn't officially check..
I hate this time of year. Donations slow down but the kitties don't. The shelter only had Iams kitten food for the fosters (I dug around and found something else - I would have bought something if need be - I do not feed Iams as no fosters I have EVER had have EVER eaten it) that someone bought out from the local discount store. Great that there is food, because any food is better then no food but sad that it was Iams. It was amusing as I was looking around a staff member came in just as I found a bag and said "YES!" and we laughed. She said she wasn't a fan of Iams either (same reason I'm not) It was so nice to hear someone else feel the same way.
Just a little PSA to remind you that shelters feed pets year round, and in the fall the donations usually slow down but the intakes don't until the snow flies (no snow where you are? then I would imagine that the intakes don't slow down)