Adopt Me! Cuddly Kitten Harpo Is Last of His Litter
Harpo – along with his mother and four siblings – came to the Cat Association of Topeka after he was rescued from a ventilation shaft outside a local school. Though scared and skittish at first, "it did not take long for the group to settle in at the shelter," volunteer Diane Barnes tells PEOPLEPets.com. "After a few weeks, they were just like any other playful, energetic and friendly kittens." Though Harpo's sibling and mother have recently been placed in loving homes, he's still waiting on his forever family. "He's a sweet boy who adores being held and cuddled," Barnes says. "And he's always ready for a fun game."
A non-profit, no-kill shelter, the Cat Association of Topeka has adopted out thousands of cats in its 20 years of service. The organization provides a cage-free environment for its cats and kittens, giving them space to socialize until they find a forever home. Volunteers work with animal groups to promote pet care, and staff a retail shop with pet supplies. The group hopes to one day expand its services to offer a low-cost spay/neuter clinic.
The Cat Association of Topeka relies solely on private donations to continue its animal rescue operations. Visit the organization's Web site to learn how you can help.
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