Volunteers at nonprofit animal rescue A HOPE have a sense of humor. Mama kitty COVID was dumped at the Santa Rosa County Animal Shelter pregnant and injured. A HOPE staff pulled her and named her, and when her four kittens were born, they named them Fatigue, Fever, Cough and Body Aches. They are just two days old in these photos. COVID and her kittens want to remind citizens that fostering animals in need can be fun while social distancing at home.
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