MARC Pets of the Week: Miranda, Gertie, Nathan, & August

These kittens need a home for the holidays!

With kids this cute, how could we choose just one to highlight?

Miranda, Gertie, Nathan, and August are fantastically social siblings. At five months old, they are FULL of kitten energy and playfulness! They lived in a volunteer foster home for the first few months of their youth and interacted wonderfully with respectful animal-friendly kids. In fact, they thought the kids were just about as great as their own brothers and sisters! 

All four kittens have mild cerebellar hypoplasia, an inherited condition that causes slight balance issues. Not to worry, though, these kids have long and healthy lives to look forward to - they're just a little wobbly sometimes! They require placement as pairs and will do fine in a home with other social pets.

For more information about Miranda, Gertie, Nathan, and August and the other adoptable other animals at Milwaukee Animal Rescue Center, visit the website at milwaukeearc.org and click on the adopt link. If you are interested in meeting this spectacular group, stop in the Center during open hours, or return your completed adoption application to the Center to schedule an appointment.

Visit us at 5217 S. 51st in Greenfield (on the corner of 51st & Loomis).

Milwaukee Animal Rescue Center hours:

  • Tuesdays 3-7pm
  • Thursdays 3-7pm
  • Saturdays 12-3pm

*or by appointment.

Those interested in potential adoption should plan to arrive at the Center at least 30 minutes prior to close so the adoption counselor has adequate time to devote to the visit.

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