Happy Wet Nose Wednesday!

Every Wednesday, we give the spotlight to the hundreds of animals living in shelters on the SouthCoast. So many beautiful animals are waiting to find a forever family, and it is our mission to unite these animals with the perfect family.

This week, we head to Fall River where a litter of kittens can't "calm down" about finding a home.

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Meet the "Taylor's Version" litter. These little ones are under the care of Forever Paws Animal Shelter, and the director and her assistant are hardcore Swifties.

When the mother came to the shelter in August, she was very pregnant, and the shelter saw an opportunity to express their love for Taylor.

Mama gave birth to five "Innocent, Delicate" little kittens, each named after some of the shelter's favorite T-Swift albums: Evermore, Fearless, Folklore, Lover, and Reputation.

"Momma and babies are 'Safe and Sound' with a foster right now because they're still so little," said the shelter. "As much as we would love them to 'Never Grow Up', they'll be old enough to find their own homes soon."

The "End Game" is to find these kittens a perfect home. Are you ready for it?

Does a kitten (or two) sound like a good fit for you and your family? Visit Forever Paws online and click 'adopt' to download the application.

These little one cannot wait to meet you.

Forever Paws Animal Shelter

300 Lynwood St, Fall River, MA 02721

(508) 677-9154

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