what is the best classifieds website to give away free kittens?

by tyankee7 on November 9, 2011

Post your WANT. It’s like Craigslist, but reversed. And really different. At Ubokia, you’re the rockstar. Post exactly what you want and sellers respond to you. Only talk to sellers you choose.

Query by noname: what is the finest classifieds internet site to give absent free of charge kittens?
I have four kittens i have to get rid of and dont want to get them to the shelter since they will place them down. I have 2 orange males, one white male with orange ears and tail, and one grey female calico. I also have one adult female darkish brown calico. All litter trained and really sweet. knoxville, tn. does anybody know what the very best classifieds website would be?
I will not have the mom cat of these kittens… I really resuced them out of a box from the aspect of the highway when they have been two weeks aged.

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Response by snapszen
Probably http://www.petfinder.com

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lilshorty3088 November 9, 2011 at 9:12 pm
nicoleharres November 9, 2011 at 9:27 pm

I like http://www.craigslist.org. It’s free and I’ve always had luck finding, selling and getting rid of stuff.

okayanne01 November 9, 2011 at 9:53 pm

in yahoo groups theres a freecycle group that has listings for states and areas. try thre , thats where i got my dog.

Ragdoll Kitty November 9, 2011 at 10:39 pm

Don’t put them on a website… you’ll have answers from people who are no where near you.

Take some nice pictures of the kittens, make a flyer and hang them around town & in grocery stores, vets offices, and give one to each of the local humane societes (or shelters). Make sure you put the information such as you’ve given here for them, and make sure to interview the people to be sure they are going to good homes.

Further – PLEASE SPAY MOMMA – please don’t be part of the population responsible for 10 MILLION cats & dogs euthanized each year.

fyrfly November 9, 2011 at 10:43 pm

craigslist. Also, check your local yellow pages for PAWS (Progressive Animal Welfare Society). They will take the kittens, not euthanize them, and give you information and referrals on getting your cat spayed before she breeds again.

old cat lady November 9, 2011 at 11:41 pm

You must be very sure that people who would take these kittens know that no kitten is “free”. Every kitten needs shots, testing for feline diseases, a vet exam and spaying/neutering.

People who want “free” kittens are usually not aware of these expenses or not the sort of people who will give them the veterinary attention they must have for a healthy life.

I feel a refundable depost of $ 50 for spaying and neutering should be charged to ensure financially responsible people. The deposit can be refunded when the adopter gives you proof the kitten has been neutered.

It was good of you to rescue the kittens and give them a good start in life – you must follow through and make sure the homes you place them in will be the best.

macleod709 November 10, 2011 at 12:31 am

consider charging like $ 20-$ 30 for the kittens there unfortunatly are a lot of bad people out there that like to abuse animals and will get free animals and abuse them and kill them etc. if it’s free no money wasted. it’s you are less likely to have someone pay for an animal just so they can abuse it. you can have it so that they pay the money and then when they get them fixed then they get the refund.

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