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Pets Lifeline executive director, Nancy King, visits 3-month-old King Louie, who will join the other kittens just as soon as he gets his rabies shot. Pets Lifeline has had 93 kittens come to the shelter since April 1; 62 of them have been adopted, 20 are in foster care and there’s a roomful of kittens just waiting for their forever home. Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune

Pets Lifeline executive director, Nancy King, visits 3-month-old King Louie, who will join the other kittens just as soon as he gets his rabies shot. Pets Lifeline has had 93 kittens come to the shelter since April 1; 62 of them have been adopted, 20 are in foster care and there’s a roomful of kittens just waiting for their forever home. Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune

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Pets Lifeline executive director Nancy King, visits 3-month-old King Louie, who will join the other kittens just as soon as he gets his rabies shot. Pets Lifeline has had 93 kittens come to the shelter since April 1; 62 of them have been adopted, 20 are in foster care and there’s a roomful of kittens just waiting for their forever home.

This year, “orange is the new black” with more than 80 percent of the kittens coming in with some degree of orange and very few black kittens. All kittens are spayed or neutered, vaccinated and micro-chipped before being available for adoption. For details, call Pets Lifeline at 996-4577.