Kitten Saved from Lax Net Looking for Home
Is "Annette" right for your home?
A 3-month-old kitten found trapped in a lacrosse net needs a new home.
“Annette,” which the staff at MSPCA named her, was found on a Highland Street athletic field in Brookline completely tangled in a lacrosse net, according to Rob Halpin, spokesman for Angell-MSPCA.
Hearing Annette’s cries, a good Samaritan saved the animal and brought it to the Jamaica Plain facility. Though the kitten’s leg was swollen to nearly twice its normal size, its leg was not broken.
Now, MSPCA is hoping she can find a home.
“Shelter staff report that Annette will require a quiet adoptive home, preferably without young children or dogs,” Halpin says in the statement. “Her ordeal has left her frightened and the MSPCA hopes to find the perfect home in which she can regain her confidence, courage and trust. It is expected that Annette will be available for adoption in the next week.”
How to adopt Annette: Anyone who wants to know more about Annette can visit the MSPCA-Angell Animal Care and Adoption Center at 350 S. Huntington Avenue in Jamaica Plain, or log onto www.mspca.org for details on when she will be made available for adoption.