Letters, Sept. 28
Store hosts kittens
Renaissance Rose’s longtime owner Ann Wilton and her dedicated, cat-loving staff on the Ashland Plaza have long worked with Companion Animal Rescue and Education (CARE, established in 2003) to rescue and find homes for homeless adult cats and kittens. The entire crew would like to let Ashland residents know that they have kittens available now at 37 N. Main St. — and more felines are in nearby foster homes awaiting their chance at adoption.
Note: These are not the “free kittens” you might see in a box in front of a store. These cats and kittens have been spayed or neutered, wormed, treated for fleas and have their first shot. CARE asks to be reimbursed for those veterinary services so they can continue rescuing more in the future. They also prefer to adopt to 100% indoor homes where the felines will live long, safe lives.
Vistitors to the store can meet the kittens from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily can meet the kittens who currently reside in the three-story condo just inside the front door.
Beth Berghofer (CARE volunteer)