Halloween kitty

| 28 Sep 2011 | 03:01

This cat is wearing his Dracula costume hoping someone will be impressed enough to take him home. Not only does he need a home, so do about 80 cats and kittens at the West Milford Animal Shelter. Within the last month, over 20 adult cats have been released to the shelter because their owners were no longer able to care for them for various reasons. Some were released because their owners were moving, others because their owners were getting a divorce and others because their owners passed away. These lonely cats are now in need of a new family and home, where they can feel safe, be loved and give unconditional love and companionship in return. There are also many kittens available for adoption. All cats and kittens have been tested, received any necessary inoculations, an exam and are spayed or neutered in they are over six months of age. The West Milford Animal Shelter volunteers care for over 1,000 animals a year. The major sources of income for the shelter are fundraisers or grants. Two upcoming fundraisers are: The Amazing Kreskin on Nov. 5, 2005 and Santa Claws & Paws (professional pet and family holiday portraits) Nov. 19, 2005. 973-728-2859.