Finding a tiny kitten outside can be overwhelming. We want to make sure that anyone who cares for orphaned kittens is ready to provide the food, love, and care these babies need.
We’ve launched a new series of webinars on neonatal kitten care, with sessions geared toward veterinary staff, rescue organizations, shelter staff, and anyone else who wants to help save kittens.
Neonatal kittens (zero to four weeks) should always be left with their mother if she is present and it’s safe. Our first neonatal kitten webinar will cover the first steps you should take if you find an orphaned neonatal kitten. You’ll learn the basics of feeding and housing and how to identify when immediate critical care is needed.
WHAT: “Help! I found a kitten!” Webinar, Hosted by Feline Outreach, Rescue, & Education
WHEN: Monday, March 10, 1 – 2:30 p.m. EST (90 minutes)
REGISTER: Register here. Space is limited to the first 100 attendees. (A recording of the webinar will be available online after the session.)
For more information on the Alley Cat Allies webinar series, including a guide to caring for neonatal kittens, click here.