These little guys are the KEAN-105 Critters of the Week. Meet Koda, Tig, Ruff, and Moose (he’s the light-colored kitten). As you'll be able to see in the video below, these guys are loveable and absolutely adorable. Before I continue I must remind you that there's a "Clear The Shelter" SALE going on right now on dogs only. The cost is free for dogs only.

Okay, the "KEAN Critters of the Week" need to be adopted, like right now. Staci Schults the Adoption Coordinator at the Abilene Animal Shelter says, "kittens are so much harder to adopt because there are fewer cat lovers in Abilene, and there are a ton of cats being born right now. The best part about these four kittens is they are litter box trained and are all ready to go to their forever home."

Besides, these little fur babies know where they want to be and that is in loving hands and a safe house. These kittens have their shots they've been wormed and checked out by the vet. These kittens were left abandoned in a brown box next to a dumpster. They need a lucky break.

We played with these kittens and they were awesome and very lovable. Please consider adding one of these special "KEAN Critters of the Week" aka the Pet of the Week to your family's household.

Every week we will be bringing you the special KEAN Critters of the Week. We will also be sharing their special story with you every week. Staci says "all animals from the Abilene Shelter comes with the following: flea and tick dipped, microchipped, heart wormed, food samples and a has been fixed.

If you're interested in adopting or fostering please contact Staci at our Abilene Animal Shelter 925 South 25th Street or by calling 325-698-0085.

If you have a pet and you need help getting one fixed please reach out to our Abilene Animal Services Shelter members, they can and will help you get it done. Furthermore, the shelter is in dire need of wet kitten food right now. Drop off donations from 11 AM till 6 PM Mon-Sat at 925 South 25th.

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