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Black kittens at MD SPCA need homes

Black kittens -- victims maybe of the silly idea that black cats are unlucky -- are the least likely color of cat to be adopted, and right now the MD SPCA has many of them that need homes.

Get yourself a lucky black kitty through Tuesday, Nov. 6, and pay just $50, half of the regular adoption fee. Your kitty will be neutered, tattooed for identification and be up to date on vaccines and other health-care issues.

Not up for a new family member? Help homeless animals at the SPCA by bidding on their silent auction items through Monday, Nov. 5 at 9 p.m. Auction items include Ravens tickets, vacations, pet items and more -- you can even have your own pets featured on the cover of their 2013 calendar! Wouldn't your new little black kitty look cute there? Visit biddingforgood.com/mdspca.

Learn more about the MD SPCA at mdspca.org.

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