As the second big seasonal wave of kittens hits us, the Pet and Wildlife Rescue (PAWR) find themselves very grateful to the volunteers, partnering shelters and their own staff members who are pouring their hearts and souls into raising un-weaned baby kittens.
“To date the shelter has taken in 300 unweaned kittens this year, PAWR officials say.
“They range in age from neonate kittens who are merely hours old, to babies almost eight weeks old and are just days from being of age to be adopted.”
PAWR officials added: “Due to the dedication of kitten fosters, the first rounds of spring babies have been adopted out and current fall litters are snug in their beds with full bellies and the love of foster parents.”
PAWR officials added fostering kittens, while it can feel like a full-time job in itself, is a very rewarding experience.
Pictured is Moose, PAWR’s 300th orphan this season.
Also, PAWR officials say they are currently at their maximum “cat-pacity” as well.
“If you’ve been on the search for a feline friend (or 2) then now is the perfect time to adopt,” PAWR officials posted on social media.
“All of these cuties were spayed/neutered and rabies vaccinated. They also come with their FVRCP vaccine, flea treatment, de-wormer and a microchip.”
Visit the PAWR Facebook page, here, for more details.