DSPCA Is Looking For Forever Homes For These 100 Kittens And They're Unbelievably Cute

Surely someone out there can take one or you know 12

Dspca Kittens

The Dublin Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is looking for people to make forever homes for 100 kittens currently in their care.

They have released a video on Social Media and just LOOK AT HOW CUTE THEY ARE.

They said that:

"Many people think that it is past Kitten Season, but with all of the mild weather we still have a lot of kittens looking for homes," they said.

"Please drop up and have a look at the many, many kittens and young cats that we have looking for their forever homes."

They are open everyday from 11am to 4:30pm.

On their website, they give information about taking a kitty-cat home.

"So, you’re going to get a kitty cat, congratulations. Cats are wonderful pets and the reasons for adopting a cat from us, the DSPCA, are numerous. Sure, you can’t go wrong.

"Our rescue and rehoming centre cats will reward your love and kindness with a lifetime of unconditional devotion…you can’t rival that!

"However, before you adopt your friendly feline, we want to make sure you know exactly what you’re letting yourself in for.

"I mean, apart from love, you’ll need to provide her with the correct food, fresh water, and a safe place to sleep, a litter tray and professional veterinary care.

"We get lots of enquiries from visitors to our rescue and re-homing centre and, for your information, we’ve decided to compile a list of frequently asked questions and answers because we know that it will be helpful for you, our new cat parents, to know what to expect when you bring her home."

You can find more information here.

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