Most people think of rabbits as having the market cornered on reproduction, but cats really give them a run for their money. Kitten season is here with a vengeance.
The East Bay SPCA has been receiving kittens from the general public, and from other shelters who do not have foster programs able to handle the influx of so many kittens at once. With an ambitious goal set for a 100% save-rate, the East Bay SPCA is looking for additional foster families who would like to open their homes to nursing queens with kittens or kittens needing to be bottle-fed.
The East Bay SPCA Foster department will be holding a kitten bottle-baby training on Sunday, May 12. The East Bay SPCA is also accepting donations of small crates, kitten formula, cat litter, and wet kitten food. Monetary donations also are greatly appreciated.
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WHEN: May 12, 2019, 2:00PM
WHERE: 8323 Baldwin St, Oakland