Homes for Paws: Loving homes for homeless cats

by Cat AdopTion Service
Homes for Paws: Loving homes for homeless cats
Homes for Paws: Loving homes for homeless cats
Homes for Paws: Loving homes for homeless cats
Homes for Paws: Loving homes for homeless cats
Homes for Paws: Loving homes for homeless cats
Homes for Paws: Loving homes for homeless cats
Homes for Paws: Loving homes for homeless cats
Homes for Paws: Loving homes for homeless cats
Homes for Paws: Loving homes for homeless cats
Homes for Paws: Loving homes for homeless cats
Homes for Paws: Loving homes for homeless cats
Homes for Paws: Loving homes for homeless cats
Homes for Paws: Loving homes for homeless cats
Homes for Paws: Loving homes for homeless cats
Homes for Paws: Loving homes for homeless cats
Homes for Paws: Loving homes for homeless cats
Homes for Paws: Loving homes for homeless cats
Homes for Paws: Loving homes for homeless cats
Apr 29, 2016

Spring Kittens!

5 Kittens from Orange County
5 Kittens from Orange County

Spring has sprung in San Diego, which means we are well into kitten season! At San Diego Cat AdopTion Service, we are working around the clock to keep up with all the babies! Some of our kittens come with their mothers, but many others are orphans. Five such orphaned kittens were recently rescued from an apartment complex in Orange County where over 40 cats have been abandoned and are roaming free without food, water, or a safe place to sleep. The five kittens will be fully vetted and cared for by our loving foster parents until they find an adopter. We are working on trying to trap and spay or neuter the remaining cats and either take them into rescue, or place them with a feral caretaker if they are too wild. 

This time of year especially, we depend on our dedicated volunteers who foster kittens. They spend countless hours providing tender loving care to orphaned or abandoned kittens--sometimes working through the night to care for sick or weak kittens. We all love our work with cats and kittens, but we depend on your help to afford supplies for so many animals! As anyone who has owned or cared for kittens knows, the amount of food and litter it takes to nourish and care for a kitten is not at all proportional to their small size! Please continue to help our cause and save the lives of these sweet cats and kittens! 

Thank you!

 

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Cat AdopTion Service

Location: Escondido, CA - USA
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Rachel Loseke
San Diego, CA United States
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