Hi, everyone! I am so excited about my first children’s book: Kitten Lady’s Big Book of Little Kittens. I wrote this book to share with kids the journey of fostering kittens, from rescue, all the way to adoption age! Packed with adorable kitten photos and fun doodles, the Big Book of Little Kittens introduces the words and concepts young advocates need to know to help the tiniest felines in our big, big world. Today, I want to give you an exclusive sneak peek at some of the fun facts you’ll find inside the book. So here are five things you need to know about fostering kittens. Number one. Kittens rely completely on their mamas for warmth, food, and protection. When kittens don’t have a mama, foster parents like me step in to provide the care they need. Number two. Kittens have blurry vision as babies. As they get older, they are able to see clearly. They first open their eyes when they’re 8 to 12 days old. Number three. Young orphaned kittens are bottle babies. I feed them every few hours, 6 to 12 times a day. When kittens drink from a bottle, their ears often wiggle with happiness. Number four. Kittens need environmental enrichment to stay happy and healthy indoors. Cat trees allow them to express their natural instincts to climb, perch, and hide. And finally, number five. When kittens are 8 weeks old and healthy, they’re ready to say hello to their forever family. Bye, bye! I hope you enjoyed these five foster kitten facts! Pick up a copy of Kitten Lady’s Big Book of Little Kittens to find out how kids can be superheroes for cats. Because there are always more kittens waiting to be saved. Mmmwah!