Kal-El the kitten is doing her best, but needs food, a vet & a permanent person. Can you help? Contact @jrblackwell
I was driving home today when I saw a kitten run out in front of a car. I immediately pulled over and ran after it. It darted under a trash can, and it took four people and a t-shirt I found in the back of my car to rescue it.It didn’t want to be picked up, but as soon as it was wrapped in the blue shirt, it calmed down and relaxed, and was quiet on my lap for the ride to my friend Kyle’s house.
Kyle (who took this photo) was kind enough to give me some cat supplies and some money for kitten formula.
I cannot keep a kitten.I love animals but my husband is throat-close-up allergic to cats. If you live in the Philadelphia area, and you want an adorable tiny kitten, please get in touch. I don’t want my husband’s throat to close up, and I don’t want to give little Kal-El to a kill-shelter, so if you know someone or you are someone who can take this kitten, please let me know.
If you don’t know anyone, signal boost is appreciated!