Shelter hopes you'll be smitten with these kittens


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  • Wade may be among the last of this season's kittens at the West Milford Animal Shelter. He, Wilbur and Scotter are looking for forever homes. photo provided




  • The camera seems to love Wilbur, Wade's brother. The siblings and a female kitten named Scotter are up for adoption. photo provided




There are three little kittens who hope someone becomes smitten when they find them at The West Milford Animal Shelter.

These three kittens are the last of the kittens for 2017 unless a few more just happen to arrive at the shelter. It is very sad when kittens have to grow up at the shelter and then are overlooked again when kittens start to arrive the following spring, shelter officials say.

The three kitties are very cute, sweet and fun. All of them were from two larger litters. The last two males are brothers named Wade and Wilbur. The last female is a beautiful black kitten named Scotter who was born in April.

There are other cats and dogs also in need of new homes and families at the shelter but these three kittens are exampes of the saying "saving the best for last!"

The shelter is located on Lycosky Drive 9, behind the recycling center.

For more information, call 973-728-2859 or visit Facebook/The Real Cats at WMASS or Facebook/The West Milford Animal Shelter.



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