Did You Adopt a Kitty at the Kitten Camp?

Amruta Khatavkar , 18 Jun 2012
Kitten camp (photo courtesy | Anita Shyam)
Kitten camp (photo courtesy | Anita Shyam)
Adopt a kitten at Kitten (photo courtesy | Anita Shyam)
Adopt a kitten at Kitten Camp (photo courtesy | Anita Shyam)

World For All Animal Care and Adoptions organised Mumbai’s first Kitten Camp on June 17th to encourage the people in Mumbai to adopt kittens. This camp was held at Bandra Hindu Association, Bandra West.

Kitten camp (photo courtesy | Anita Shyam)
Kitten camp (photo courtesy | Anita Shyam)
Kitten camp (photo courtesy | Anita Shyam)
Kitten camp (photo courtesy | Anita Shyam)

Most people adopt dogs as pets, mainly because people believe that cats are not as attached to their pet parents as dogs and are considered disloyal.People think cats give out negative energy and are not good to have around women or children. In fact, none of this is true!

Kitten (photo courtesy | Anita Shyam)
Kitten (photo courtesy | Anita Shyam)
Kitten camp (photo courtesy | Anita Shyam)
Kitten camp (photo courtesy | Anita Shyam)
Kittens at camp (photo courtesy | Anita Shyam)
Kittens at camp (photo courtesy | Anita Shyam)

At the Kitten Camp yesterday, out of 63 registered kittens, 38 made it to the event of which 21 kittens found loving homes. These kittens have been rescued from the streets by people who nursed them to health themselves or left them in the care of a registered NGO. They even rescued a kitten and helped her recover from paralysis. Few were found dumped in plastic bags, some abandoned and malourished – all part of the camp where they were rescued, nurtured and ready to find themselves new homes.

Kittens at camp (photo courtesy | Anita Shyam)
Kittens at camp (photo courtesy | Anita Shyam)
Kittens (photo courtesy | Anita Shyam)
Kittens (photo courtesy | Anita Shyam)
Adopt a Kitten (photo courtesy | Anita Shyam)
Adopt a Kitten (photo courtesy | Anita Shyam)

Do your bit to support the cause and to ensure the right care is given to a cat. To adopt kittens or for further details of another Kitten Camp coming up in a week or two, call on 9987085350.

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