CADBURY -15286 , CARA – 15287, CHARLESTON – 15288
Safe - 12-7-2017 Brooklyn
SAFE 12/7/17 Finder noticed 3 stray kittens in the yard for several weeks and was able to approach them and put them into a carrier.
CADBURY, CARA & CHARLESTON are in need of a loving foster home.
CARA – 15287
CHARLESTON – 15288 – 7 weeks old
Basic Information:Finder noticed 3 stray kittens in the yard for several weeks and was able to approach them and put them into a carrier
Previously lived with:Outdoors
How is this cat around strangers?Around strangers, kitten is nervous and will try to flee Behavior Notes:Behavior during intake: Kitten was trying to hide in the back of the carrier during intake. Counselor was able to transfer from one carrier to another without any issues. Once in the other carrier, kitten began to hiss, growl, swat and spit so limited handling was done.
Is there a queen: No
Age: About 7 weeks
Eyes open: Yes
Umbilical cord attached: No
Eating on own: Kittens are eating wet canned food on their own
Any apparent illness (crusted eyes, nasal discharge, etc.): No
Any apparent injuries: No
Any signs of ringworm: No
Friendly (please briefly describe behavior i.e. hissy, fleeing but no aggression, allows all handling): All 3 kittens were trying to flee and were hissing during intake. 15286 began to hiss , spit and swat so limited handling was done.
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