Kitten season is here.
Over 1,000 kittens are expected at Multnomah County Animal Services this year.
Brought to the shelter by animal control officers, or caring members of the public,
they arrive hungry, sick, dehydrated, injured, or suffering from fleas,
parasites, and infections. Many kittens are only days old, and have lost their mother. Without her life-giving milk and warmth, the odds of survival narrow. They need immediate intervention, medical care, and bottle-feeding around the clock. You can make a difference. You can save them. Shelter staff and volunteers are
prepared to care for the kittens when they come through the door- to feed, rehydrate, clean, medicate, nurse wounds, treat illnesses, cure infections,
socialize them, spay or neuter, then adopt the kittens out to new caring homes. They need your support to make it happen. Donations like your saved 95% of the one
thousand forty five kittens treated by the Kitten Triage Program in 2018. Please donate to the Kitten Triage Program today to save the lives of the most
vulnerable animals at Multnomah County Animal Services.