Nemo, left, and Nikki, were born on Christmas Eve. The kittens originally tested positive for FIV, they have since been retested and found to be negative. Both kittens are adopted. The North County Humane Society has a few kittens ready for adoption, and at least 70 younger kittens in foster care who will be arriving at the shelter shortly.
Nemo, left, and Nikki, were born on Christmas Eve. The kittens originally tested positive for FIV, they have since been retested and found to be negative. Both kittens are adopted. The North County Humane Society has a few kittens ready for adoption, and at least 70 younger kittens in foster care who will be arriving at the shelter shortly. Courtesy photo
Nemo, left, and Nikki, were born on Christmas Eve. The kittens originally tested positive for FIV, they have since been retested and found to be negative. Both kittens are adopted. The North County Humane Society has a few kittens ready for adoption, and at least 70 younger kittens in foster care who will be arriving at the shelter shortly. Courtesy photo

Two North County kittens adopted after being confirmed FIV-free

May 05, 2016 12:29 PM

About Pet Tales

If you have stories or photos of your furry, feathered or scaly friend, please send them to pettales@thetribunenews.com or Pet Tales, c/o The Tribune, P.O. Box 112, San Luis Obispo, CA 93406. Like our page at Facebook.com/SLOPetTales.