The no-kill shelter in Parlier has three rooms dedicated to the newest and tiniest arrivals. The kittens need to grow up, put on weight and get spayed and neutered before they can be put up for adoption. Interested adopters should check the shelter's website for available cats: cathouseonthekings.com.
Aleksandra KonstantinovicThe Fresno Bee
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