Kitten Season in the Wabash Valley

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The 2nd Annual Kitten Shower brought in almost 15 hundred dollars and some much needed items. 
    
The free event offered games and play time with feline residents and gave folks a chance to donate items to the shelter.  

Last year during peak kitten season, the shelter cared for approximately 300 babies. 

And currently they are on track to care for more this year.

“We just really want to thank the community for their support,” Sarah Valentine said. “We couldn’t be here without them . We are looking forward to doing this again next year. And we’d like the community to continue to support us. We always need their help.”

If you would like to help, donation can still be dropped off at the human society during regular business hours. 

And they are still in need of volunteers and folks to foster kittens.

If you would like to volunteer click here

The full list of items needed is below. 

Baby food (preferably ham flavored to help feed newborn kittens)
Cans of soft pate kitten food
KMR (kitten milk replacer) cans & powder 
Kitten bottle/nipple sets 
Bath towels (these do not have to be new)
Small flannel/fleece blankets (these do not have to be new)
Small stuffed toys 
Clay litter and litter scoopers
Small litter boxes 
Heating pads or heating disc & covers 
Unscented baby wipes 
Gauze pads/cotton balls 
Gram scales 

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