Last fall animal control was alerted to a litter of kittens discovered living outdoors. Braving the elements just as the days grew shorter and the nights became colder, the ten-week-old kittens were lucky the call was made.
The six siblings might just as easily have been doomed to life among the feral cat colonies of Greenwich if not for the efforts of the animal control officers who trapped and caught them.
Escaping their feral fate, five out of the six kittens have already found homes. Just one remains available: handsome young Andy, a black cat with tiny patches of white by his ears.
Andy has benefited from a great deal of love and human contact at animal control and is as domestic as any house cat.
This well-mannered sweetheart, though no longer a tiny kitten, is young and healthy, and has been neutered and received vaccinations at no charge to his potential new owners.
Please call Animal Control at (203) 622-8299 if you’re interested in meeting Andy.
The facility, located at 393 North St., Greenwich, is open from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Monday through Friday; and 7:30 a.m. until 3 p.m., Saturday and Sunday. Call ahead to arrange a mutually convenient appointment.