Yes it is! Kitten season for our area is typically from April-October during warmer months when cats go into heat. There are times when 3-5 litters of kittens will arrive in a day at KC Pet Project. It’s important that if you see outdoor cats in your area, to make sure they’re spayed or neutered. You can do this by checking to see if they’re eartipped.
If you happen upon a litter of tiny kittens outdoors, it’s natural to want to scoop them up and try to care for them yourself or take them to a shelter. But both of those options may actually place them in more danger. To give newborn kittens the best chance of survival, follow these steps:
Thanks to Best Friends Animal Society for this content.
There are a number of foster opportunities to help us care for the kittens that come to our shelter:
It takes a lot of support to care for thousands of kittens each year. Donations made toward our Kitten Foster Program helps us provide supplies to the families who care for our most vulnerable pets. Supplies that are needed:
Donations may be dropped off at our locations or purchased directly from our Kitten Amazon Wish List.