When there are thousands of rescue kittens in South Carolina rescues needing loving forever homes why would you possibly think of buying a kitten from a dubious source?
South Carolina’s rescue kittens have no voice. They rely solely on good samaritan cat lovers adopting them into homes where the needs of young kittens are well understood.
Summer is of course kitten season. As this post is written hundreds of baby kittens are being put to sleep in shelters across South Carolina. A few rescues dedicate themselves to saving these ‘death row’ kittens.
However there is a problem. If no one adopts the ‘saved’ kittens, then these dedicated rescues can’t save future kittens. But they can with your help.
The benefit of adopting rescue kittens in South Carolina is that a reputable rescue will have the kittens health checked and spayed and neutered when ready. The death rate of kittens in South Carolina shelters is appalling – many die before they can be put to sleep or rescued. This is because baby kittens are often brought to South Carolina’s cat shelters in a very bad way..they are therefore prone to being killed by infections ad ailments that a adult cat would survive.
Many of the kittens adopted out of South Carolina’s shelters are too young to be adopted. Many are adopted at six weeks or less, such is the pressure of numbers.
You can help. If you are looking for a South Carolina kitten to adopt the consider rescue kittens in Greenwood County and York County.
Both Furry Friends Rescue Centre at Clover, York County and Furby’s Half Way House at Hodges, Greenwood County have rehabilitated rescue kittens for adoption. To find out more about these rescued rescue kittens please email: melissaspets@firstname.lastname@example.org for rescue kittens in Clover, York County and elisablacktaylor@email@example.com for rescue kittens in Hodges, Greewood County. When using either email address remove the ‘nospam’ before sending.
You’ll find nothing more rewarding than adopting one of South Carolina’s rescue kittens.