Kitten Rescue LA: Saving 1,000 Kittens and Cats a Year!

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This super sweet momma cat and her litter were rescued from a high-kill shelter in Los Angeles. Multiply these five kittens times 200, and you have the number of high-risk felines saved each year by Kitten Rescue Los Angeles.

They don’t say away from injured kittens, like Bennie, who had a broken hip and pelvis, and Chance, who had been hit by a car. They depend on hard working volunteers and donations.
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“Most of our rescued kitties live in volunteer foster homes, and more are always needed. There are also plenty of ways beyond fostering that you can get involved and make a difference in the life of homeless animals.”

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You can see more photos and find out more about their HOPE FUND, named for another rescue kitten hit by a car, at this link.

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