Marie Roberts, who paints the banners for the Coney Island Sideshow and lives in the neighborhood, frequently “finds” cats and kittens on her porch. It’s as if stray cats have an unerring instinct where to go for help. We’ve lost count of how many Coney Island cats have been rescued by Marie, who has several cats of her own and cannot foster this litter. Here’s the story on the four kitties:
Well, I got mom and four babies to vet this morning.
Mom will be neutered and released.
Babies will be checked and possibly neutered.
If anyone can or knows of someone who can foster these until I find homes. I am desperate.
I pick up everyone from vet on Wednesday afternoon.
one white with grey spots
one white with black spots
one white with grey tail
one grey with white feet and chest.
Can you give any of these kitties a foster or forever home? If you’re interested, contact Marie at bitterwonder[AT]hotmail[DOT]com or leave a comment below…
UPDATE July 22, 2011:
Kittens will be at vet on Flatbush Avenue till Sunday afternoon due to the heatwave. They are neutered, have shots, tested and deflead. If you are interested in adopting or fostering one or some, please email Marie. Kittens are free.