A Tale of Two Kitties in Bennington
Once upon a time there were two mother cats, Molly and Polly, who lived in lived in Bennington, Vt. Unfortunately, when their human family realized that they were both pregnant, they abandoned them, forcing them to search and beg for food to stay strong enough to have healthy kittens. Molly and Polly knew that without proper nourishment, half of their litter would not survive birth, and the other half would suffer illness from weak immune systems and possibly die later. So they set out in search of food and kind humans who cared about their plight. Luckily, they found a Francis of Assisi Society for Companion Animals’ volunteer who rescued the moms and their kittens.
Molly and Polly’s greatest wishes are that their ten kittens find loving, caring, permanent homes — so they have appointed Giovanni (the kitten in the photo) as spokesperson for his fellow kittens. Giovanni wants you to know that Molly and Polly, as well as his siblings, are available for adoption. All have all been checked for Feline Leukemia and FIV, and have been vaccinated and scheduled for spaying and neutering. Giovanni also wants to say thanks to West Mountain Animal Hospital and the volunteers at Francis of Assisi, and that the moms and babies are friendly, playful and healthy.
If you are considering cat or kitten adoption, please contact Francis of Assisi Society for Companion Animals at 802-236-9123. All animals adopted from our organization have been thoroughly tested, vaccinated and age-appropriately spayed or neutered. Francis of Assisi Volunteers run our organization entirely on donations, and 100% of money donated is spent on health care and nutrition for the animals. If you are interested in contributing, please send your donation check to Francis of Assisi Society for Companion Animals, P.O. Box 496, Shaftsbury, VT 05262.