I received this from the Palm Beach County meetup mailing list, though I don't know the person, and the phone number is a 954 area code, so I think they're in Broward.
These are 2 male 11-week old Hemingway tabby kittens (6 toes in front, 5 in back) and their very young (less than a year) mother.
She was a stray who gave birth to these adorable boys on my neighbor's porch. She is such a devoted mother --attentive, loving, and patient: Even though the kittens are happily eating dry and wet food, she even let them nurse hours after her spay!
It would be a blessing to keep this little family together, but if I have to break them up, I will. The mother, despite having lived outside her whole young life, has a sweet, calm, accepting disposition and loves a good petting.
Shelters don't want "another black cat," but I dread having to release her back to the dangerous outdoors...
Will you open your heart and your home to this deserving mom? And/or the kittens?
Please crosspost this to anyone who may be able to help. Thanks!
I don't want to post the phone number here, so pm me if interested, and I'll send it to you.