The kittens you see in crates are in foster. They are not old enough to live at the shelter so they come in to visit and to hopefully meet their future families. The rest of the kittens are at least four months old and live at the shelter. We currently have two kitten rooms. Continue Reading ››
Thank you to our guest writer Nomi Berger! The verb may be new to the vernacular, but it’s far from a novel concept in “certain circles.” That verb is catification. The creation of a feline-friendly environment catering to a cat's natural instincts to climb and perch, rest and play. … Continue Reading ››
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Thank you to our guest writer, Nomi Berger! Question: Why are kittens born in litters?
- Answer: To be nourished and nurtured, socialized and stimulated.
- Answer: To KEEP them socialized and stimulated, and to satisfy their innate curiosity.
We have A LOT of kittens in foster. Many of them are now old enough to come to the shelter. We had about 30 kittens visiting the shelter for Open House today. Here are just a few of them... Uno … Continue Reading ››