Submitted by Judy Ambrose, Neponset Valley Humane Society
Candy and Mandy are an adorable, fun, happy, silly, playful mother and daughter pair. These two kitties are so sweet, lovable, confident and curious. Candy is the very pretty little torbie (tortie with tabby stripes) who is about 5-6 months old. Mandy is the super cute tabby and white kitty who often acts like a kitten herself. She is about one year old.
These darlings will do well in any cat-friendly home. They enjoy cuddles and interactive play time. They are both such sweetie pies. They love people but are also very devoted to each other. These very friendly young cats were abandoned by their former owner. They were not spayed, but of course they are now.
Call Neponset Valley Humane Society at 781-769-1990 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a meeting with Candy and Mandy.
Because of the severe cat overpopulation problem and in an effort to encourage lifelong adoptions, NVHS does not have set adoption fees for our older kittens or adult cats. We rely on donations and volunteers to help pets in need.
Other Humane Society News
Still looking for a home: Last week's Pet of the Week, Peter, is still waiting for a forever family to love and call his own.
Spay and neuter: Help every cat find the loving home they deserve by spay/neutering your pet and avoiding accidental litters. The next NVHS low cost spay/neuter clinic for cats is Tuesday, Aug. 28 in Norwood. Male cat neuters are $75. Female cat spays are $85. Neighborhood and feral cats are free. Financial assistance is available for any cat owner for whom these reduced prices would truly be a financial hardship.
More to adopt: Visit the Humane Society website at neponsethumane.org to see the many wonderful cats and kittens in need of families to call their own. NVHS foster families save lives every day.
Volunteer! If you are interested in joining our foster care team, we would love to hear from you. Neponset Valley Humane Society is an all volunteer, all foster care organization dedicated to helping companion animals and feral cats.