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I am looking for a free kitten in North Eastern PA.

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You can adopt a kitten from:

Northeast Animal Rescue
PO Box 52395
Philadelphia, PA 19115
drdoolittle8893@aol.com
http://nar.rescuegroups.org

Kitty Cottage Adoption Center
317 West Johnson Highway
East Norriton, PA 19401
Phone: 610-731-0101

Go support your local animal shelter, the kittens are inexpensive and they need a good home.

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