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Local animal welfare groups and Herald staff |
Published: Friday, July 20, 2012, 6:07 p.m.

PAWS in Lynnwood teeming with kittens (video)

The PAWS animal shelter in Lynnwood has 60 kittens, far more than they usually have this time of year.

And they say that things are getting crowded.

The animal shelter — Progressive Animal Welfare Society — is hoping to get people to come to Cat City over the weekend to pick out a new kitten.

Cat City is located at 5200 Roosevelt Way Northeast, suite B, in Seattle's University District.

According to staff, the kittens keep coming so fast that they haven't had time to photograph them and put them on the website.

“It's like a lunchtime lineup at the department of motor vehicles”, says Mark Coleman, PAWS communications manager.

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