New arrivals – Hodges kittens needing new homes and available for adoption shortly. Little Frankie, Calypso and Bella are among a number of young kittens rescued within the last few weeks from Greenville County Animal Services. All kittens were scheduled to die and where living out their last days at the shelter through no fault of their own..Just the fault of the dumb or irresposible owners who didn’t have their cats spayed.
Take poor little Calypso, a maine coon mix. At just eight weeks of age and on her own she had already been labelled the neighborhood bully. Hard to believe. But her reputation (more likely just folks who don’t like cats) was enough to see her lifted by Animal Control.
Such is the pressure on the resources of Greenville Animal Control Services is that they are having to put down moms and kittens. It is tempting simply to blame the shelter system. It’s an easy target. But the truth is that the kind people working at GCAS work very hard to get as many of the cats and kittens who come through their doors into rescue.
Thankfully, Calypso and her friends found their way to Furby’s Half Way House at Hodges, Greenwood County. Without the efforts of individual rescues, these kittens would not stand a chance.
Each of our Hodges kittens has an individual personality and needs and are available to loving homes. But remember young kittens are very fragile and do not make good pets for small children. Nor can singleton kittens be left on their own all day. Your circumstances must match these charming babies.
To find out more about our new arrivals, just send an email to elisablacktaylor@firstname.lastname@example.org, removing the @nospam before sending.
Every Hodges kitten that comes through the door of Furby’s Halfway House in Hodges, Greenwood County deserves the chance of an experienced, loving home.