Pets Alive is hosting its annual kitten shower

Kitten season is coming


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It’s a boy! It’s a girl! No, it’s a litter of kittens! Pets Alive, an animal sanctuary in Middletown is hosting its third annual “Kitten Shower” on Saturday, April 5, from 12 to 4 p.m.

“We are looking forward to having the community join us on this special day,” said Becky Tegze, cat manager at Pets Alive. “With kitten season coming up, we are in need of many items, such as kitten food and receiving blankets that will help us ‘parent,’ Pets Alive style.”

In addition to refreshments and fun auction items, those interested in adopting can meet some of the fabulous felines at Pets Alive. Those attending are asked to help celebrate the kitten shower by bringing an item(s) from the following wish list:

Iams wet/dry kitten food
Fleece no-sew blankets (new or used)

KMR kitten milk replacer
Receiving blankets (new or used)

Non-clumping kitty litter
Small litter boxes

Litter scoops

Cat toys

Cardboard scratching boards/posts

Cat playpens

Gerber Stage 2 baby food (turkey, beef or chicken)

Can’t make it to the shower? You can still help. The wish list is posted on Amazon. Just search “Wish Lists—Pets Alive Kitten Shower.”

Pets Alive is one of the oldest and largest no-kill organizations in the country with locations in Middletown, Elmsford, and Utuado, P.R. Their mission is to improve the lives of companion animals everywhere by any means possible, including rescue, adoption, advocacy, collaboration, intervention and education. Pets Alive is 100 percent privately funded, relying solely on the generosity of the community to meet their financial needs.

To learn more visit petsalive.org.


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