Whole kitten caboodle arrives at Oregon Humane Society


Most of the kittens were brought in from Second Chance partner shelters

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — The Oregon Humane Society took in 125 kittens over the past week alone.

OHS said most of the tiny felines came from Second Chance partner shelters. Many unwanted litters of kittens are taken to shelters during the summer and can quickly overwhelm them.

Larger groups of kittens arrived at the Oregon Humane Society’s new Cat and Kitten Intake center while smaller groups were processed through the main shelter.

Kittens and cats at the intake center will be moved to the main shelter when they are ready for adoption, staff said.

All adoptions include vaccines, spay/neuter, microchip, one month of pet insurance for Oregon residents, a health exam with a vet of your choosing and a coupon from Mud Bay.

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