Lots of activity is in store the next two Saturdays at Miss Kitty Feline Sanctuary.
From 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday and again on Saturday, Sept. 21, many kittens and older cats will be available for adoption.
About 70 kittens have been left at the sanctuary is recent weeks.
A kitten found alongside a Brooks County road most likely will lose both eyes to infection. The tiny critter is being fostered by a Miss Kitty volunteer.
When a mother cat was killed by a vehicle last week, her litter of four was delivered to Miss Kitty. Those kittens, too, are being bottle-fed by volunteers around the clock.
A six-toed black-and-white kitten needs a good forever home. Six-toed cats are rare. Domesticated felines with six toes proliferated at the Key West, Fla., home of the late Ernest Hemingway and continue to live at the house, which is now a museum. Elsewhere, they are uncommon.
Miss Kitty officials said that not only will the kittens be available for adoption, but so will the many older cats at the 425 Covington Ave. sanctuary.
Older cats may be adopted throughout September for a fee of $50. The cats have been neutered or spayed.
See Friday's edition for more details.