Here Kitty, Kitty: Have you Seen These Lost Kittens?
Emmaus family is hoping that Emmaus Patch readers can help them bring their four missing kittens home.
Emmaus Patch reader Sheila Gottschall is hoping that you can help her find four young kittens that were discovered missing from her yard on Saturday, Aug. 25. She and her family have been circulating the following flier in an effort to bring their lost felines home.
Dear Fellow Animal Friends,
Our family has been saddened by someone stealing 4 kittens from our enclosed yard on Saturday, August 25, 2012 within the borough of Emmaus. We are in search of these kittens that we have been loving and caring for, for 3 months. Three of the kittens are siblings, born on May 31, 2 male and 1 female. One kitten my son and husband rescued at my mother-in-laws and the mother and siblings have adopted and cared for since the first day they rescued her. The rescued kitten is smaller than the others, brown in color, short hair, and female. The other three kittens are gray/black semi-long hair, very friendly and the female is a bit larger than her brothers. As soon as we discovered the kittens were all gone, my husband contacted the Emmaus Police, a report has been filed. I have been in contact with shelters in the area.
Our family is asking for your help that if someone sees these kittens or has any information on where they may be please contact us 484-357-2725.
We were prepared to keep 2 of the kittens and the other 2 were to leave Saturday evening to a new home.
Thank you for your time and cooperation.
The Gottschall Family