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What New Hampshire animal shelters offer kittens for adoption?

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The New Hampshire Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals and the New Hampshire Humane Society are some animal shelters that offer kittens for adoptions. Other animal shelters, rescue groups and animal care services may be found on the official website of Save a Pet's Life.

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The NHSPCA is a nonprofit organization independent from the American SPCA. The organization takes in abandoned kittens, cats and other animals, and it puts them up for adoption once the animals are ready for safe new homes. Although most of the animals under the care of the organization are over 2 years old, it also has adoptable kittens that are less than a year old. Adoptions are processed in a first come, first served basis. The NHSPCA often has plenty of adoptable kittens and cats because of its open-admission policy.

The NHHU offers kittens and cats of all ages for adoption. Kittens are spayed/neutered when they are at least 8 weeks old. Adoptable kittens from the NHHU are also microchipped and have up-to-date vaccines. The organization has one of the highest adoption rates in New Hampshire.

Aside from the NHSPCA and the NHHU, other humane societies and rescue groups are also dedicated in caring for and finding permanent and safe homes for kittens, cats and other animals. To view rescue groups and shelters in New Hampshire, visit Saveapetslife.org, and click NH Shelters & Rescues under Shelters on the top menu. The site provides an interactive map that displays the geographical locations of animal rescues and shelters in the state.

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