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Black Friday Online Adoption EventRather than battling crowds the Friday after Thanksgiving, make it a Black Friday to remember by adopting a cat who needs a loving home. KAR is offering reduced adoption fees on all black or mostly black cats if an adoption application is submitted and approved between Friday, November 29th and Friday, December 6th.
Black cats located on the Adoptable Cats page of our website are $30 (regularly $60) and on the Adoptable Kittens page they are $75 (regularly $90). The adoption fee includes sterilization and all basic medical care.
Did you know that in Ireland, Great Britain, Scotland and Japan the black cat is a symbol of good luck or prosperity? Some even believe black cats have supernatural powers. Cat aficionados would say that black cats have the same power as all cats—the ability to provide loving companionship.
Here are our gorgeous black felines looking for their forever homes. Submit an online application if interested in more information.
Over 1 year old ($30) ~ Winter Dream ~ Holly Berry
Under 1 year old ($75) ~ Charlie Chaplan ~ Clyde ~ Doritos ~ Eva ~ Giselle ~ Gizmo
Cute Little Crumb
Little man Crumb was found by a kind lady along with his brother, Caprice off of Milham road. The kind person thought she had heard some mewing while on her lunch break and then again when leaving work at 5 p.m. So, she decided to search for the noise and found the kittens. They were both laying out in the open on the grass by the side of the parking lot and were only a day or two old, so very tiny. Caprice was the one mewing. Crumb, the runt, was thought at first to be dead. Luckily for the kittens, this kind lady immediately set about finding someone to take them and they came directly into KAR. We have many dedicated volunteers, but few who specialize in kittens so young. These tiny orphans were in safe hands with one of our experienced, veteran foster volunteers.After warming and feeding the kittens, they were examined and the smallest little "Crumb" of a kitten was found to have three limb deformities. Since he was only two-days old, the vet said there was hope in building muscle, loosening the tendons and the limbs becoming usable. So ten times a day, at every feeding, his foster mom warmed and massaged the left front paw, then slightly stretched it, more and more each week. The two hind legs had been limp, unused and hanging out behind the kitten with the toes curled (see photo). Again, at every feeding, ten times a day, his foster mom perched this baby's hind legs on her finger and bounced him, requiring him to push off as best he could, trying to build some muscle strength. Crumb hated it at first but then started to enjoy the one-on-one attention he was getting. After several weeks, Crumb was actually able to hold his hind legs beneath him and his foster mom started to encourage Crumb to push himself towards his formula bottle. Crumb had to work for his food. Heat, massage, physical therapy, hard work and love has Crumb almost perfect. Now all this little boy needs is a loving forever home. Check out his web page here!