Abandoned, unwanted animals left on the streets to fend for themselves can succumb to untreated injuries and illnesses, become victims of abuse, and could also end up caught by cat and dog catchers (that will sell them for meat and fur). Animal homelessness is an urgent problem that’s truly a matter of life and death.
Below you will find the information of two rescued kittens that need caring adoptive homes. Please consider to adopt a rescued pet, and save a life!
KongKong is a white-grey female kitten (about three months old) and Angie is a three-color female kitten (about two months old). They both have been treated for fleas and worms, and already have their first vaccination. KongKong is a very active kitten and she really enjoys playing with people, also she can get well along with other cats. Angie is a lovely but timid kitten, so it takes time for her to get familiar with people. She gets along well with other cats.
KongKong was found by the gate of a residential compound when she was crying for help because her eyes were infected. She was taken to the Vet hospital and she is completely healthy now! Angie was found on the busy street. She was trying to cross and nearly got killed by a car … luckily, she was rescued just in time!
These two adorable kittens received medical care and were sent to the PPAR Shelter where now they are waiting for their loving permanent homes.
If you like any of them, and want to give a little cute kitten a warm and permanent loving home, please contact us at: [email protected]
Please notice that all potential adopters need to contact PPAR by email first. If they agree on PPAR’s adoption requirements, then PPAR will arrange a visit for them at the shelter to meet all the adoptable cats and kittens (generally during the adoption weekends).
PPAR holds Adoption Weekends (every Saturday and Sunday), from 13:00 to 17:00 hrs., at the PPAR Shelter located in Minhang District, Shanghai. Phone: 021-5480-1699.
For more information about being a volunteer, foster parent or how to adopt a cat or kitten from PPAR, please send an e-mail to: [email protected]
Paw Pals Animal Rescue (PPAR) is a non-profit animal rescue group founded in 2007 by several individual animal rescuers. Their main objective is to find loving homes for homeless cats. Please go to our new website (in Chinese and English) to learn more: http://www.pparshanghai.com/