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Organization offering reward for kitten stolen at adoption event

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NORTON SHORES, Mich. — Heaven Can Wait Animal Haven in Ferrysburg is asking for helping in locating one of their furry residents after he was allegedly stolen from one of their adoption events.

This kitten named Enrique was nabbed from a cage in the back of the Petco on Harvey Street in Norton Shores, according to a Facebook post by Heaven Can Wait Haven.

The shelter is offering a $200 reward to anyone who can return Enrique safely.

In the post the shelter stated that they believe family or friends of the suspect distracted volunteers at the event in order to steal the kitten.

Anyone with information is asked to HCW at 616-402-1417 or the Norton Shores Police.

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    • josh

      they aren’t huge fees when they have everything vet wise taken care of. if they can’t afford the adoption fee they shouldn’t have it in the first place

    • Kimberly

      These organizations vaccinate, deworm, neuter, test for disease before adopting. If you think you can get those services for $100; go for it. And if you can’t pay the adoption fee, how are you going to care for it when it needs medical attention? Cats need dentals, vaccines and routine vet exams. They aren’t pet rocks. So no, if you can’t pay the adoption fee, you shouldn’t have a pet. Many times these animals wind up in the pound or dead because the owner cannot provide adequate and routine care.

    • Jen

      How is $70 a huge fee…when said animal has all vaccinations, testing for FIV,spay or neuter and microchipped all done already! To do those yourself with a vet will cost triple that