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Kitty Countdown: 140 Animals Need to Be Adopted at Peninsula Shelter

Redwood City's Nine Lives Foundation says 140 animals still need to be adopted by May 31.

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    Kittens up for adoption at the Redwood City's Nine Lives Foundation shelter.

    A "Kitty Countdown" is underway on the Peninsula.

    Last month, Redwood City's Nine Lives Foundation lost the lease for its shelter. Dozens of cats and kittens have since found new homes, but 140 animals still need to be adopted by May 31.

    Administrators call the closure temporary and want to reopen soon at a new address.

    The shelter is open seven days a week beginning at 11 a.m. Adoption fees are $20 for adults and $50 for kittens.

    For more information, visit ninelivesfoundation.org or call 650-368-1365.

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