Kittens1Sometimes, our Foster Care Team receives very young kittens, many of whom are only days old. While our team & volunteers work to do everything we can to ensure the health of these kittens, we want to offer some tips for what to do when you find kittens around your home or business:KIttens2

1. Young kittens have a much better chance of survival if they are left with their mothers. If you see kittens alone, most likely their feral mom is out looking for food and will return!

2. While the mother is away, make sure to socialize the kittens in the weeks before you can bring the cat to a shelter.

3. When the kittens reach 4-5 weeks, you can now bring them to a shelter, so that they can be spayed, neutered, vaccinated, and adopted!