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A couple of kitten pals would be purrfect adoptees

Published 7:17 pm, Sunday, January 12, 2014
  • Gary, left, and Kodah are looking for a new home. The bonded pair of nuetered males can be adopted through Save Our Strays of Westport. Photo: Contributed Photo / Westport News

    Gary, left, and Kodah are looking for a new home. The bonded pair of nuetered males can be adopted through Save Our Strays of Westport.

    Photo: Contributed Photo

 

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A pair of neutered male cats, Gary and Kodah, are doubly adorable and looking for a new home together.

According to the animal welfare organization, Save Our Strays in Westport, the cats are a bonded pair around 1 to 2 years old and should be in a home together. Both cats are up-to-date on vaccines and FIV and Feline leukemia negative.

The prospective adopter must complete an adoption application, and an interview with an adoption coordinator is required. A $25 non-refundable deposit is also required before approval. After adoption approval, a fee is charged to help cover the cost of the medical care, feeding and boarding of animals. The fees are $100 for adult cats; kittens up to five months are $125, and all dogs are $250.

Animals available for adoption are current on age-appropriate immunizations and spayed or neutered before placement, unless their age or health requires it be done at a later time. If the animal has not yet been altered, an Early Spay/Neuter Agreement must be signed and the alteration is covered in the fee.

Save Our Strays is located in the Poster Animal Hospital, 1677 Post Road East. For more information, visit www.SaveOurStraysInc.petfinder.com or call 203-255-0514.