Ladybug was brought to Paws with her two kittens, June Bug and Grasshopper. Ladybug and her two kittens have extra toes on their front paws. They look like they have large thumbs! They are Mitten Paw Cats with Big Paws. Mitten Cats are also called Polydactyl, Bigfoot or Hemingway Cats (named after the author, Ernest Hemingway, who owned mitten pawed cats as pets). Mitten Paw Cats are unusual and considered to be lucky. Ladybug, June Bug and Grasshopper are gentle and quiet cats who are looking for a good forever homes. Ladybug is a beautiful tiger cat. June Bug is a little girl and Grasshopper is a boy. June Bug and Grasshopper are cute tiger and white kittens. Ladybug is a wonderful mother. Her kittens will be up for adoption about the middle of June. After Ladybug’s milk dries up she will be spayed and ready for adoption. Ladybug is up to date on her shots. She has been wormed and she tested negative for feline leukemia. They are all litter box trained. Consider adopting Ladybug and she will be your best friend for life! If you are interested in Ladybug or one of her kittens be sure to get your application in as soon as you can. The kittens will have their shots and spay or neuter certificates when adopted. Adopt all three for triple the good luck and fun! They would be an ideal companions and devoted pets! Stop by Paws Animal Shelter located at 1535 W. U.S. Route 36, Urbana, OH 43078 or call Paws Animal Shelter at 937-653-6233. The Shelter hours are Tuesday-Friday 12-5 p.m., Saturday 12-4 p.m., Sunday and Monday-closed. There are many wonderful cats, adorable kittens and fun-loving dogs at the shelter waiting for good homes. Paws Animal Shelter has a lot of kittens and cats to feed and is in need donations of Purina Kitten Chow and Purina Complete Cat Chow. Currently we have enough Purina dog chow thanks to generous food donations. We also could use donations of bleach, laundry detergent and clumping cat litter. Paws Animal Shelter is a no kill shelter. We are a nonprofit organization that operates only by donations. We do not receive any city, county or state funding. We depend on public donations and our adoption fees to run the shelter. Please consider making a donation to help fund our shelter. We are always looking for volunteers to come to the shelter and help out. You could play with the cats or dogs to help socialize them. There are many small jobs that a volunteer could do. We also need volunteers to foster cats, kittens, dogs or puppies.
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