Feed the Kittens!
We need 25,000 bottles of kitten formula
Fuzzy, clumsy, adorable baby kittens are often found alone and defenseless against hunger, cold, and illnesses. These kittens require constant care from human caregivers—and lots and lots of kitten milk formula, every two hours—to survive. Will you feed these hungry kittens?
Give every hungry kitten a milk mustache!
It’s only March and we are already taking in kittens previously living on the streets. More and more will follow between now and winter.
Many of these kittens arrive just a few days old. Without nourishment and the ability to regulate their temperature, we spring into action to fight against their declining condition, and remain vigilant with intensive care for many weeks. Meanwhile, countless kittens requiring the same level of care continue to enter our shelter.
We need 25,000 bottles of kitten formula to feed hungry kittens this season. Will you make a donation that will fill up these empty bellies?
Where does your donation go?
It takes 250 bottles to feed ONE kitten
Baby kittens are often in our care for two full months before they’re old enough to be adopted. Each of these kittens will need 250 bottles of formula, not to mention cans and kibbles, supplies, medical exams, and one or more surgeries. Multiply that by the hundreds of kittens we save during each year, and you see why we so desperately need your help! Please make a donation that’ll ensure we have the resources to feed them all.
what to do
When You Find Kittens?
Is there immediate, life-threatening danger? If not, leave the kittens. Cat moms are their best chance for survival.
Are the kittens truly, permanently abandoned? Wait four hours from afar for cat mom to return.
When kittens are in danger or abandoned. Keep kittens warm and rush them to a shelter nearby.