Focus on kitties and cats at Langley PetSmart

Alecia Tennant brought her Bengal cat Savannah along with her this past Saturday as they visited PetSmart’s Langley location, which is where CARES, a Langley-based animal rescue facility, brings a few of its resident felines for potential adoptive individuals and families to visit.

One of the CARES volunteers is Lynn Hewitt of Burnaby, who travels to the local PetSmart every Saturday to volunteer with the adoptable cats in the store at 20015 Langley Bypass.

Hewitt, along with Bill Nichols from Aldergrove, administered some medicine to help ensure the kittens’ health.

There is room for upwards of 14 cats in the adoption cages at PetSmart, including kittens. This past weekend, there were a few litters of kittens along with a few adult cats up for adoption. The pack include this 13-week-old and its litter-mates discovered in a cardboard box in a trailer park.

Hewitt, along with Bill Nichols from Aldergrove, administered some medicine to help ensure the kittens’ health. There is room for upwards of 14 cats in the adoption cages at PetSmart, including kittens. This past weekend, there were a few litters of kittens along with a few adult cats up for adoption.

The pack include this 13-week-old and its litter-mates discovered in a cardboard box in a trailer park.

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