Photo by Heather Middleton

Photo by Heather Middleton

Malachi is a 3 month old orange tabby, domestic shorthair. This little darling has been neutered and fully vaccinated. At barely two weeks old, Malachi was part of a litter of kittens who were placed in a box, and abandoned at a local church. They were then turned in to Animal Control, where these tiny kittens were simply going to starve because they could not eat on their own. When Animal Control called for help, the tiny family became fosters in the home of a CCHS staffer. Now living at the CCHS shelter, because these babies are so small and defenseless, they have to live in a cage so that older, larger cats can't harm them. Busy, active kittens and cages just simply do not go together well. The kittens want to run and play, and just be kittens....but they can't because they live in the confines of a cage. Malachi and his brothers and sisters all do fine with people, and because there were small dogs in their foster home, they also do well with small breed dogs. These are all loving kittens who deserve more than the CCHS shelter can offer. We urge anyone interested in one or more adorable kittens, please call Robin at 770-478-7531. To see other adoptable CCHS animals, please visit our Petfinder pages at www.petfinder.com and use our 30236 zip code for your search.