Karen says: Meet the four members of the Abandoned Kitty League (AKL): Samson (buff colored), Simba (tortoiseshell tiger tabby), Tabitha (ginger tabby), and Moo-Moo Kitty (black and white). They are four siblings I volunteered to raise for adoption after a coworker found them abandoned at about eight days old.

Samson was Daddy’s boy. He loved to cuddle with my husband and had the loudest purr. Simba was a very loving kitty and the most adventuresome of them all. Tabitha was the sweetest baby you could ask for. Remember Sally's cat in the Peanuts comics, the one draped over her arm? It must have been a relative of Tabitha's; she would lie her back in my arms and let me stroke her chin and kiss her belly as she fell asleep. Moo-Moo Kitty was so soft and sweet -- and she still is. She is now my Princess Moo-Moo Kitty and will stay with me forever. Samson went to live with my friend Cynthia, and together they recently welcomed Socks and his family as houseguests. With the help of Paws Animal Rescue, Simba and Tabitha were also adopted by families who love them.

I am glad to have been able to help another living thing find love and happiness. My children also treat animals and people with love and kindness (I guess leading by example works...<>). My youngest wants to be a vet when he grows up.

All Photos Courtesy of and ©: Karen Ackles

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KC -
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What a beautiful, sweet litter! Glad they were all adopted into loving homes.
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I am glad these abandoned kittens found good homes.
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they're all so cute
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All adorable but the tabby is my favorite!



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