More animals were found at Ohiopyle. This time, two little kittens barely old enough to eat solid food.
So if you want one or two new kittens, call the park office at 724-329-8591. Otherwise, they'll be sent to a shelter on Friday, and there are no guarantees it'll be a no-kill shelter.
On that note, Fayettenamese, quit leaving unwanted animals in parks and things. There are shelters for them, and if the shelters are full they do what they can for the animals anyway. The best bet is Fayette Friends of Animals, the only no-kill shelter in the county. They take good care of them there, and make sure they get good, caring homes.