LIVE WEBCAM WITH KITTENS AT THE KITTEN RESCUE CENTER


More info: Kitten Rescue was formed in 1997 and since then has rehomed over 21,000 cats. It is a non-profit and volunteer-run organisation and is one of the largest and most respected animal welfare groups in Los Angeles. Their work involves rehoming and caring for unwanted and abandoned cats and kittens which come from the streets of Los Angeles and from the City Shelter euthanasia.
Kitten Rescue care for orphaned and abandoned kittens that need to be bottle-fed around the clock, moms with litters, cats that need socialization, and sick or injured animals. The kittens are cared for until they are old enough, healthy enough, and socialized enough to be found a forever home. Kitten Rescue volunteers adopt out over 1,000 cats and kittens into homes every year. Some of the rescued cats are elderly, or are unlikely to be adopted so they live at the Kitten Rescue Cat Sanctuary.
Kitten rescue educate the public about responsible pet guardianship, how to care for kittens and cats, and the importance of spaying and neutering. Kitten Rescue makes educational material available via events, print, school presentations and on their website. They also provide Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) assistance for communities in and around Los Angeles, and teach people how to manage and care for feral cat colonies.