While cute viral videos make it look like caring for hundreds of tiny kittens is a dream come true – and it is – in their first four weeks of life, orphaned kittens are utterly dependent on us—and needy! So what can you to do to help? Become a neonatal kitten caregiver to help FieldHaven Feline Center save more lives.
You’re invited to a special Neonatal Kitten Training Class on Thursday, June 30 at the Hathaway Cat Resource Center in Marysville. Registration is limited to the first 20 people who sign up. You’ll learn how to bottle feed newborn kittens, provide daily care, and essentially raise them without their mother. It’s neonatal kitten care kindergarten! The class is free, light refreshments will be provided, and there’s even a raffle contest.
FieldHaven has already taken in hundreds of kittens and receives dozens of inquiries every day to help with more kittens. This is why we need you. FieldHaven provides a basic starter kit of supplies, offers training and round-the-clock support, and pays for medical care. All we need from foster caregivers is to temporarily open their heart and home.