2 Blondes, 2 Brunettes & A Redhead

Okay Fans! Look who landed at the Boulder City Animal Shelter this very morning! This mixed family of boys/girls were apparently brought in my an Boulder City resident who found them motherless under her house at approximately 3 weeks of age and nursed them to their present 6 weeks before bringing them in.

Not surprisingly, they are the cutest stinkin’ little things you’ve ever seen (I’m partial to the brunette you see nodding off in my lap below).

If you would like to adopt one of these little stinkers, here is the information on the cost: It’s $46.00, which includes an $8 adoption fee, an $8 rabies certificate, and a $30 spay/neuter certificate.

Then you take your certificates to your vet (both vets in BC honor the certificates and most in Henderson) and they will then credit you the $38 dollars off the vaccination and spay/neuter. (Advice is to call vet in advance and let them know that you want to use certificates from the BC Animal Shelter).

First come…first served, Fans!

Kittens for Adoption at Boulder City Animal Shelter

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