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Abandoned Kittens? Or are they?
Don’t Kit-nap Kittens!
Mom will likely return. Please don’t intervene.
Thinking about Bringing Kittens to the Shelter?
During kitten season, shelters are overrun with kittens and don’t have adequate resources to care for them. It is best to care for the kittens in your home until they’re 8 weeks old. TPAS does not have enough space to provide kittens the care they require, but our compassionate volunteers and staff came up with a solution!
We’ve launched the Milk Man program designed to make it convenient for people who care for newborn kittens in their home. TPAS will provide all the necessary tools (including starter care kits, resources for vaccinations and bottle feeding, and spay/neuter surgery) to ensure these little felines get off to a healthy start and help you find them forever homes when they’re ready.
What Do I Do When I’ve Found a Litter of Kittens?
It is a question that gets asked hundreds of times throughout kitten season. Since kittens require overnight care, most shelters are unable to care for kittens who may be unsocial or too young to be put up for adoption.
Here are five easy steps to help you navigate kitten season, while also making a difference in the lives of our feline friends.
1. Stop & Wait
2. Care in Place
4. Help Find Homes
For more information, please call (985) 873-6709.
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