Double Feature! FAV's Cats of the Week
There are currently so many cats coming into the Village each day that we're featuring two for our Cat of the Week!
Ariel (Pet ID# 34633) and Kera (Pet ID# 34611) are our Cats of the Week! These kittens are both very sweet and are looking for forever homes to call their own.
Ariel is a little shy at first but she will melt your heart once she warms up to you. Kera is gorgeous and she knows it! Just look at those eyes. Don't forget, the adoption fee for all cats at the Little Rock Animal Village has been reduced to just $40 through the end of June, which is National Adopt a Shelter Cat Month. All animals adopted from the Animal Village are spayed/neutered, up to date on vaccinations, and come with a clean bill of health.
Former Cats of the Week Lynette and Parker are still available as well. We can't believe no one has adopted them!
If you're interested, come by LRAV [4500 Kramer Street, Little Rock] between 8:00 AM and 5:00 PM, Tuesday - Saturday. Download our Adoption Form and bring with you to LRAV, or e-mail the completed form to: HLunders@LittleRock.org. You can also contact the Village for more information: (501) 376-3067.
Meet some of these kitties' LRAV buddies here (also up for adoption)! Just remember, there are always a lot more animals at the Village than there are online!
Can't adopt but want to help? You can help our foster families by purchasing a high-priority item from our Amazon Wish List where you'll be able to ship your purchase directly to the Village.
Once you add an item to your cart, be sure to go to Smile.Amazon.com to checkout, so that if you have us selected as your charity of choice, we'll also get a donation! Setting up Amazon Smile is easy if you haven't done it yet... just go to Smile.Amazon.com to get started.
Not quite ready for a permanent addition to your home but open to the idea of letting an adorable kitten stay with you for a little while? Foster! There are lots of kitties at the Little Rock Animal Village who are too young to be adopted, so they need foster homes until they're old enough (about eight weeks old).
To learn more about kitten fostering, click here.