While our Pets of the Week, BISCUITS & GRAVY, do make a great team, they do NOT have to be adopted together - just adopted, period.

This week we have a pair of short-haired kitties who were rescued together when they were found as strays in Spenser County. It Takes a Village looked at them, and when they saw the color combination of the two tomcats, they immediately knew they had to be called BISCUITS & GRAVY. BISCUITS is the one with more black hair just like an overcooked black burnt biscuit - and GRAVY has much less black and his hair is as smooth as white country gravy.

BISCUITS & GRAVY are 2 years old and are friendly felines. They are in a foster home right now with kids, dogs, and other cats. BISCUITS & GRAVY are looking for inside furrr-ever homes to prowl around in. They do NOT have to be adopted together as they are not a bonded pair. So if you're hankering for BISCUITS or just some GRAVY, It Takes a Village has both on the menu. Both kitties have finished the vetting protocol and are ready to go to a loving home.

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Remember to please fill out an online adoption application if you haven't already. Once approved, you can work with ITV to take the next step. Also please remember that with puppy and kitten season upon us, ITV is full. If you've ever thought about fostering or adopting, please visit ITV's Facebook page or website, or come in for a visit during open hours. Until then, please help BISCUITS & GRAVY go from rescued to adopted.

BISCUITS...
...and GRAVY

All of the animals at ITV are examined by a veterinarian, given age-appropriate vaccinations, microchipped, spayed or neutered and FIV/FeLV-tested.

ITV is open during regular hours. However, they have received so much support and interest over shut down, that they are still working diligently to review all correspondences. They appreciate everyone’s patience as they find the best matches for their rescues.

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