The kitten arrives tomorrow! have to pick her up by 3:30 at the spay/nut. clinic so after that I'll be official like all you other owners
I did go back today, 1 to check on my lil one and see that she's doing OK and none of the shelter visitors are being mean to her! and 2 to investigate more about these twins.
Yup they're twins, only info they have is they were confisgated from previous owners. They said it could be anything from animal cruelity reported, which I doubt since they both seem in great health, to a drug arrest and getting taken.
I asked if I could take my kitten and one of the twins in their interaction rooms to see how'd they get along, but nope since the twins haven't been checked for health by the vet and their available date is still a week away.
So I guess it gives me time with the kitten to think about it. Then if I decide yes I have to sign up for one of the twins by the available date, which is also the "due out" date - if no one signs up then they get put down
I dunno, to me the whole process seems too long and turns off potential adopters since you have to go there over & over again not knowing the outcome til last minute.
Once they're adopted and paid for, still most stay there another day when they go to the spay/nut. clinic which is at the Humane Society instead of the Animal control shelter, you'd think they would put em in another area to make room for others but nope. My kitten didn't even have an adopted sign on her tag, and they put her in another cage within the puppies row! I've seen them clean the cages, always leaving an empty one so take animal out into new clean cage right next, clean current dirty cage and down the line it goes... so my kitty is now in a cage that had a puppy in day before and that row even smells like dog!