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Meet the first Mass Street Kitten Academy recruits of 2022

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The window kittens are back!

Jupiter, Luna, Nova and Orion are the first Mass Street Kitten Academy recruits of 2022. On Saturday morning, they got to be the first to try out the academy’s stellar new window display, hosted at Love Garden Sounds, 822 Massachusetts St.

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There’s also a fifth kitten who is still too teeny to go home with anyone.

Mary Costello has been fostering for the Lawrence Humane Society for nine years. She started staging kittens in downtown Lawrence window fronts in June 2020. Read more about that here.

Kittens will generally be in the window from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays, depending on the sun’s position.

Anyone interested in adopting a kitten may fill out an application at the Lawrence Humane Society. Once the paperwork is in order, they can take a cat carrier to the display to pick up their new kitten. All the kittens are spayed/neutered and ready to be adopted.

Follow @massstreetkittenacademy on Instagram for updates.

Photos by Molly Adams

Molly Adams / Lawrence Times Jupiter, 10 weeks, is one of the first new Mass Street Kitten Academy recruits of 2022.
Molly Adams / Lawrence Times Nova
Molly Adams / Lawrence Times Luna
Molly Adams / Lawrence Times Orion
Molly Adams / Lawrence Times Henry Armstrong, 6, Westyn Williams, 4, and Gunner Walsh, 6, peek in the window at Love Garden Sounds.
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Molly Adams / Lawrence Times Chardonnay, the Love Garden cat, makes a friend.
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Molly Adams / Lawrence Times Tiny 10-week-old kittens look on as they await their move into a stellar new space.
Molly Adams / Lawrence Times Henry Armstrong, 6, looks at the kittens as they wait to be moved into their new window display at Love Garden Sounds, Saturday, June 18, 2022.
Molly Adams / Lawrence Times Tiny floofs tentatively make their way out of their cage.
Molly Adams / Lawrence Times The new Mass Street Kitten Academy is out of this world.
Molly Adams / Lawrence Times Lane Walsh, 16 months, hugs 10-week-old kitten Jupiter.
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Molly Adams / Lawrence Times Gunner Walsh, 6, holds Jupiter.
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