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We have seen and rescued hundreds of kittens already this year and they keep coming. Unfortunately, we can’t take them all, as much as we wish we could. As a no-kill shelter we have to manage our intakes to avoid over crowding as we never euthanize animals to makeroom for new ones coming into the shelter. But, if you love kittens as much as we do, maybe you can help. Please see our resources below, available to our community so that we can all work together to save lives. You hear meowing in your garden, and find a litter of tiny kittens.
Your first impulse may be to pick them up and bring them to the shelter, but if their mother is hiding nearby, this choice could be detrimental to the kittens. Learn what to look for and what decisions to make in order to save them.
View the infographic below to guide your next steps if you have found kittens.
If you still want to surrender kittens into the shelter, you can fill out a surrender form here. If you’d like to take care of the kittens while you wait for a surrender appointment, or are going to try raising the kittens yourself, go ahead and download the helpful resources below from our friend the Kitten Lady.