• Kittens Free to Loving Indoor Home


    We still have kittens looking for a forever home! I have seven boys (five solid black very furry, a light grey tabby, and a tabby-sock) and three sweet little girls (all are tabbys with a mix of marmalade and dark markings, one has an orange lightning bolt mark on her forehead) The tabbys are 12 weeks old. The black ones will be two months old on September 4th. The black kittens have grey, gold or green eyes, tabbys are grey or gold. All are eating solid cruchy food and are litter box trained. Their mommies are very young, so I have helped tend these babies since birth and they are used to human contact and are sweet cuddlebugs. I want them to be spoiled rotten and have happy and long lives. To that effect, please be prepared to answer a few pre-adoption questions. I will only adopt them in pairs or more. Kittens do better socially when they can stay with a sibling. These litters are cousins to each other and get along well together. I am willling to split up (one from each litter). I will consider loving INDOOR ONLY homes without vicious animals. Please keep in mind kittens are a long term commitment.

    If you are interested in making these sweet babies part of your family, please call or text 205-269-7773 (I work during the day. Leave a message if no answer.) Or you may email me at brynna@brynnacurry.com or reach out through Facebook https://www.facebook.com/BrynnaCurry. I can send more pics on request since only one loads with the ad. Pictured here are Sam and Dean (the black ones), Nick (also black sleeping under the dark tabby Jellal), Gray and Mirajane. Thanks.

  • Two Arrested for Negligent Homicide

    Troopers in the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency’s (ALEA) Marine Patrol Division August 21, arrested Nick Bowling Suggs, 50, and Jodi Wallace Suggs, 50, both of Decatur, on Criminally Negligent Homicide charges stemming from a fatal July 4 boat crash on Smith Lake. Kelsey Starling, 26, of Troy was killed in the crash in Rock Creek. Charges were handed down after a Winston County grand Jury convened earlier this week. Officials from the 25th Circuit District Attorney’s Office in Winston County will prosecute the cases. Nothing further is available as the investigation continues.

    Efforts to recover Starling’s body resumed this morning and will continue through Friday, Aug. 23.