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Thank you for visiting our site! You can help HSKC’s animals in various ways—volunteer, donate online or by mail, donate an item off of our wish list, or adopt an animal from our shelter. Also, keep up with our latest news and join our Facebook Family to learn more about us. If you are interested in adoption, take a look at our current adoptable animals, and feel free to contact us at any time if you have questions.

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Four month old Parsley was one of the first kittens of this year’s “kitten season” at The Humane Society of Kent County. This litter had a particularly rough start - with no mama, most of his brothers and sisters did not make it. That left Parsley and his brother Thyme who both struggled and fought to make it.

Thanks to several fosters that took terrific care of them through their first crucial four months of life, Parsley and Thyme are thriving. You would never know that Parsley was once fragile and weak! He is now strong and playful. The only lasting effect of their critical beginning is that these two little kittens are tiny. Parsley is a pint-sized powerhouse! While he was in foster care he was hugged and held and has become a very affectionate little boy.

He has experienced living with a dog and had no problem with that. However, he was isolated from other kittens including his brother for so long that he isn’t quite sure what to think of them. Now that Parsley is healthy and strong, he is ready to find a family to bond with and begin his happily ever after! If you are interested in adopting or fostering kittens like Parsley please contact The Humane Society of Kent County.
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Adoption preparation services (animal care, vaccinations, medical treatment and spay/neuter surgeries) funded in part due to a grant from the Petco Foundation.