December 2014 Issue

They’re Giving Kittens a Chance at Life

Shelters launch nurseries to provide intensive care and prevent the spread of deadly diseases

Of all the animals in shelters, young kittens are usually the most at risk. They’re fragile, prone to infectious illnesses and have special care needs. While some are placed in foster homes to be hand-raised until they are old enough for adoption, many shelters euthanize them as soon as they are brought in because they don’t have the infrastructure or staff to care for them.

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