Meet North, South, East and West.
These kittens are friendly and playful, and the tigers have incredible markings. However, all four of them have tested positive for FIV. FIV is not a death sentence for them; they can live a full life. In fact, the this year the shelter lost an FIV cat that was 19 years old. There is also hope that because they are kittens, they might shed the virus.
The kittens are listed as special needs and will need to find a home that understands FIV. They would be a wonderful addition to a home that has another FIV cat/kitten who is looking for a playmate.
Nine Lives of Norton is an all-volunteer, non-profit feline rescue shelter. It is open to the public Saturdays, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. For more information call 508-285-5159 or visit www.ninelivesofnorton.org.