Fund The Felines
For 2021, Pensacola Humane Society is setting a goal of helping 500 kittens during kitten season, but we need your help! The estimated cost of this is just under $34,000. This will go to providing our foster families and their kittens with all the supplies that they need. You can help support our cause by donating using the form below, purchasing items from our Amazon wishlist, becoming a foster for our neonatal kittens or sharing our cause with your friends and family! Follow our Fund The Felines journey on Facebook and Instagram from 02/22 to 03/01! Did you miss the virtual event? You can still donate and see all of our posts below!
Kittens Need Formula!
Become A Kitten Foster
How Do I Know When to Help?
More On Finding Kittens Outdoors
Feeding Tiny Kittens
Goodbye Can Be A Good Thing
Name A Kitten Fundraiser
Caring For Neonatal Kittens
Rule #1: Weigh Your Kittens!
Why You Should Spay and Neuter Your Pets
Rule #2 Keep Those Beans Warm!
Fostering Myths: You CAN Foster
Let Mom Do All The Work for You
The Facts About Community Cats
Tiny Kittens Need Tiny Homes!
Keeping your neonates warm and contained is so very important. When they're under 4 weeks one of the best places to keep them safe is a top loading cat carrier for a couple of reasons. The area is small which makes it really easy to maintain the warmth needed for kittens this age that can't regulate their own body temperature. These carriers are hard sided which helps protect them from any accidents in their environment. These are also meant to be portable, so if you're nursing neonate kittens it's so easy to bring them from room to room or what have you. Help us keep our neonatal kittens safe and travel ready by donating a top loading cat carrier today!
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