Friday, June 1, 2018

Friday Cat Blogging for June 1, 2018

If between Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, you don't have enough time suck in  your life, may I introduce you to Tiny Kittens Society?  This is a rescue in Canada that for three years has been doing TNR (trap, neuter, release) and rescue in a colony of over 200 feral cats in Canada.  Pregnant females are rescued and their kittens born in safety and comfort.  The kittens are then adopted out, the moms spayed, and if they can be socialized, they too are adopted out.  Otherwise they are released back to the colony, where they will produce no more litters.

And of course they have their own YouTube channel, including a 24/7 Kitten Cam of their latest litters.  At the time of this posting, there are nine kittens, born to two females they rescued in March.

You're welcome.  Or, I apologize.  You pick.

1 comment:

  1. They were doing this in the Comox Valley, British Columbia also a few years ago. it helped eliminate a lot of feral cats. Some adult cats were moved to barns in the area, after being spayed. They got rid of the mice and lived outside to their hearts content, while being looked after for their health needs. We're big on health care in Canada, regardless of what type of animal,


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