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Check out the Southern Indiana Save-A-Pet Site, or in Carroll County find a furry family member here   

REAPER and RASPUTIN are brothers who want to be adopted together. They are talkative, little guys who will meow to picked up and loved. They will give kisses and love to be up around someone’s neck and face for cuddle time. They have different meows for what they want, their adopter will just need to learn the different sounds. Reaper and Rasputin both have big motors and can be heard purring across a room. Reaper is the more cuddly of the two. He would cuddle all of the time. Reaper actively seeks out a human to love on. He has bonded with his brother and takes care of him like our mother did. Reaper is also playful and enjoys romping around the shelter with Rasputin. Reaper looks a lot like his brother, but he is the one with the gray patch on his left front leg. Rasputin is more of the explorer of the two. He is always looking for something or someone to play with. Rasputin may be more active than his brother, but he still likes to cuddle too. Rasputin does not like to be on his own without his brother Reaper. He has bonded to him and wants his furever home to be with him. Rasputinlooks a lot like his brother, but has a white collar around his neck. Reaper and Rasputin are 4-month-old, gray & white kittens. They are each $45 off their adoption and neuter fees courtesy of the Jefferson County Humane Society. That’s $90 off for two of them! They have been patiently waiting for their forever homes since October 11.  Make it a Thanksgiving that will not be forgotten by giving these two loving guys a place to call their own.
The shelter will be closed for Thanksgiving on Thursday and Friday, November 23 and 24The shelter will be open today noon-5 p.m., Wednesday 1-7 p.m., Saturday noon-4 p.m. and Sunday noon-3 p.m.