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Moving means four great cats need loving home(s)

Moving means four great cats, Seth, Cody, Lily, and Soxy need loving homes. 'It would break our hearts to have to take them all to the animal shelter. Please...can you give our kitties the home they deserve?' Karl writes:
Kittens need a good homeOur work is taking us across country, and our new residence does not allow animals. With great sadness we have to let go of our beloved kitties and we so very much want them to go to people who will love them as much as we do.

We rescued Seth and Cody a year ago from the animal shelter when they were babies. They are both extremely cuddly and affectionate, especially Seth. Both kitties are neutered and get along great with children.

On two other occasions, somebody decided that our home would be a good place to abandon their cats instead of taking responsibility for them, and they left them on our door step.

We first got a female, and took care of her and had her spayed. She is "Lily" and she's a very sweet, lovable, and shy kitty. She is about 18 months old. Then came most recently a gorgeous kitty - a male, and we named him Soxy. He has not been neutered. He is playful, darling, and very affectionate. It would break our hearts to have to take them all to the animal shelter. Please...can you give our kitties the home they deserve? We want someone who will love them as much as we do and will treat them very well. They are all free. Please contact us at: kentuckyfolks@gmail.com as soon as possible, because we have to leave in three weeks to move. Thank you!!
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Cody needs a new home



2011-01-24 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Kris Kleinert.
Cody was rescued from an animal shelter a year ago. Now his folks are moving, and they need to find a loving home for him. "Please contact us at: kentuckyfolks@gmail.com as soon as possible, because we have to leave in three weeks to move," writes Karl Kleinert.

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Seth, the assertive kitten, needs loving home



2011-01-24 - Columbia, KY .

Seth was left at a Columbia, KY, home by some thoughtless, uncaring animal dumpers. He was taken in by folks who love him dearly They're moving to a new job, and can't take Seth along. He's available for adoption. "Please contact us at: kentuckyfolks@gmail.com as soon as possible, because we have to leave in three weeks to move," his folks write.

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Soxey is available for adoption



2011-01-24 - Columbia, KY .

Soxey, too was dropped off at a Columbia home by some thoughtless, uncaring animal dumpers. He was taken in by folks who love him dearly They're moving to a new job, and can't take Seth along. He's available for adoption. "Please contact us at: kentuckyfolks@gmail.com as soon as possible, because we have to leave in three weeks to move" they write.

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Lily needs a loving home



2011-01-24 - Columbia, KY .

Lily was rescued from the animal shelter. "Please contact us at: kentuckyfolks@gmail.com as soon as possible, because we have to leave in three weeks to move," Lily's folks write.

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