a kitten being hand fed by syringe
Photo by Cassidy Devore

This guide is brought to you through a collaboration between the Newborn Kitten Rescue, The National Kitten Coalition and the Humane Society of the United States thanks to a generous supporter.

Too many high-needs kittens are dying or are humanely euthanized by local animal shelters that don’t yet have the resources to care for this highly vulnerable population. These may be kittens who need immediate care for injuries, upper respiratory or eye infections, ringworm, neurological issues, or they may simply be underweight newborns in need of warmth and a bottle of milk replacement around the clock.

But by working closely in partnership with a rescue that is focused on critical care kittens, many of these precious lives can be saved. Whether you work for a large, government-funded animal shelter or a small, foster-based rescue organization, this guide will help you work collaboratively to save more neonatal kittens and may even inspire you to successfully start an organization with a sole focus on helping kittens reach adoption age.

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Saving Kittens in Partnership: A guide for helping kittens with critical care needs
Saving Kittens in Partnership: A guide for helping kittens with critical care needs

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