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Q: How old are the kittens?
A: The kittens are 5 weeks old as of February 3, 2013.
Q: Where did these rescue kittens come from?
A: A Second Chance Puppies and Kittens Rescue:
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Q: Where were these kittens rescued from?
A: They were rescued from a shelter in Melbourne, FL.
Q: What are their genders?
A: 3 Girls and 2 Boys.
Q: What are the kittens' names?
A: The Kittens of the Round Table Arthur: solid black boy Guinevere(Gwen): black female with a white patch on her chest. Merlyn: Gray female (the "y" makes it a pretty girl name) Lancelot: Classic orange tabby male Morgan: Tortoiseshell female and Pillow Pet as The Ladybug of the Lake/Excalibug
Q: Can I adopt one of them?
A: YES!!! These kittens will be ready to be adopted out at 8 weeks old. Go to http://www.asecondchancerescue.org for more info!
Q: Is there a vet to keep an eye on the kittens?
A: The kittens are under the constant supervision of trained professionals and a large network of fosters and rescues. We do not recommend that others support a litter of newborn kittens without proper training, access to a qualified veterinarian, experienced professional guidance, and veterinary knowledge.
Q: Where are the kittens?
A: In a loving home in Delray Beach, Florida, under the constant care of responsible, professional fosters.
Q: Why don't the kittens move? Are they okay?
A: Kittens spend most of their time eating and sleeping for the first few weeks.
Q: Why do the fosters keep picking up the kittens and taking them out of the tent?
A: The kittens need to be handled regularly to familiarize them with humans. This helps their general disposition, and is very important to insure a healthy relationship toward people.
Q: What if something goes wrong and a kitten gets sick?
A: The kittens, like many rescues, are from animal shelters and small kittens are very susceptible to colds and viruses. Most kittens from shelters do come with some exposure to kitten colds, and it is part of the rescue process to nurse them back to help. A couple of the kittens have minor eye infections and are being treated by a vet, but for them most part they seem healthy and strong. The fosters are very experienced in raising and caring for cats and kittens, and can accurately address most health issues. Local veterinarians and other support from the rescue group are available 24/7 if an occurrence should arise where one would be necessary. They will go through two veterinary check-ups, will be spayed or neutered, microchipped, vaccinated, and tested for Feline Leukemia and FIV before going to their forever homes. Foster parents use the veterinarians in their rescue network and the rescue covers all costs associated with their care.
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Q. What is A Second Chance Puppies and Kittens Rescue?
A: An all-foster based rescue group dedicated to saving the lives of pregnant and nursing dog and cat mothers and their offspring. A Second Chance Puppies and Kittens Rescue is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization located in Royal Palm Beach, FL.