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Found orphaned neonatal kittens and want to help?

Underage kittens (less than 8 weeks old) are at an extremely HIGH RISK at crowded shelters and rescues where disease can spread quickly and adversely affect these vulnerable animals, sometimes fatally.

Our local public intake facilities in Shelby and Rush counties do an incredible job of saving lives. but they need our help! There is simply not enough room to house. treat. and adopt out all of the kittens in need. When there is no more space. kittens are at high risk of euthanasia.

By supporting you as Good Samaritans who agree to nurture the kittens of the community cats. we reduce the number of cats outside and increase the number of spayed and neutered cats. In addition. more cats end up in loving homes.

If you agree to foster the kittens, we will help with supplies like food, litter, litterbox, etc.

But if you are helping neonatal, orphaned, motherless kittens still requiring bottle feeding around the clock, we provide FREE Bottle Baby Starter Kits. Each kit contains everything a foster needs to succeed: playpens/crates, Miracle nipples, bottles, Kitten Milk Replacement powder, Kitten Lady’s Orphan Kittens booklet (a 12-page resource about kitten foster care), scale, specialized heating pad, dry and canned food, litter, litter boxes, scratchers, non-prescription medicine, vaccines, everything. Check out what’s included in the video! If you want to sign up to foster orphaned kittens, scroll down to the fillable form!

3 ladies standing together holding kitten supplies. One young lady is holding a gray neonatal kitten in her arms.

Good Samaritans stopping by to pick up supplies to care for the neonatal kittens they found next to a business. They connected us with the community cat caretaker and we worked together to fix all of the community cats she was feeding.

4 neonatal kittens lined up side by side with onesies on

4 orphaned kittens being cared for by a Good Samaritan.

Let us know you’re ready to be a superhero! We’re here to help!