There's nothing cute about Kitten Season

Countless lives are at risk every year

Underage kittens struggle with hunger, cold, illnesses, injuries, and are often found defenseless without their mothers. Thanks to a $25,000 match, your generous donation will be doubled to save twice as many lives. Will you save them?

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You can help save hundreds of lives.

It’s only March and we have already taken in dozens of kittens previously living on the streets. More and more will need our help 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 $50,000 to support our kitten program this year. Will you help save hundreds of lives?

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Where does your donation go?

It costs ~$400 to save ONE kitten

On average, each and every kitten will receive $400 worth of food, supplies, medical care, and surgeries while in our care. Multiply that by the hundreds of kittens we save each year, and you see why we so desperately need your help. Please make a donation that’ll ensure we have the resources to save them all.

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Kitten Formula & Food

Orphaned newborn kittens need to be bottle-fed every two hours for many weeks, and will need 250 bottles of formula until weaned. Once they are four weeks old, they will also need high-calorie kitten food to support their kitten energy and quickly growing bodies.

Medical Care

Orphaned kittens are extremely fragile and often arrive into our care cold, dehydrated, and even ill. To give them a fighting chance, our veterinary team examines them, vaccinates them, prescribes any necessary treatments, and continues to monitor their delicate health over the course of eight weeks.

Surgery

Each and every kitten will require surgery while in our care. For fortunate kittens, all they need is a spay or neuter at two months old before they're off to a new and exciting adventure with their new families. Some other kittens with injuries or conditions may need a little extra surgical help.

what to do

When You Find Kittens?

#1:assess

Is there immediate, life-threatening danger? If not, leave the kittens. Cat moms are their best chance for survival.

#2:wait

Are the kittens truly, permanently abandoned? Wait four hours from afar for cat mom to return.

#3:act

When kittens are in danger or abandoned. Keep kittens warm and rush them to a shelter nearby.

Read the full article What to Do When You Find Kittens, or browse our resource blog on various pet-related tips!