Because every cat deserves to roar.
There's no reason not to spay/neuter...and don't forget about your community cats!
Most shelter don't have a foster program.
Getting your pet spayed/neutered should be the top priority when adding a new fuzz ball to family...but most kittens brought into your local shelter are born to cats in your community. It's up to you to stop the overpopulation of cats and kittens in your community. Here is some information about spay/neuter:
When people find out that so many of these cute, cuddly fluff balls are euthanized every day in the local shelters, they become angry and often times, blame staff members that work in that shelter. Although we agree that they deserve a chance at life, we understand that these shelters can only operate using the tools they have. Here are reasons kittens can be so challenging for shelters:
Please don't blame the shelter... or it's staff for that matter. The only way we are going to be able to save the kittens is by working together. The shelter can only be successful at saving lives if the people in the community are doing their part. Foster for your local shelter or speak to them about fostering for a rescue.
Did you know that kittens under 8 weeks of age are the highest killed population in shelters all across the United States? There are hundreds of thousands of kittens that are killed each year.
Are you wondering why that is? Keep reading and you will learn everything you need to know about why we, at The Little Lion Foundation have made underage kittens our focus.
Why do we focus on kittens?
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