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We are forever grateful that Ms. Correll entrusted Spay and Neuter Solutions with this fund in memory of her husband Steve and their beloved cat, Fiona. (More...)
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Officials with Pima Animal Care Center are advising those good Samaritans that want to help those 'abandoned' kittens, please don't.

"Newborn and infant kittens require specialized, around-the-clock care, and at this time we do not have the resources needed to care for them more than a few hours in our shelter," said Justin Gallick, PACC's director of community engagement, in a recent release. "In most situations, staying with their mothers offers them the best chance at survival." Here are a few things to consider when finding kittens:

  • If there is a single kitten or two, it is possible that the mother is in the process of relocating them. She can only move them one at a time in her mouth.
  • If the kittens' bellies are rounded and feel warm/full, then their mother has recently fed them.
  • If the kittens appear sick (i.e. eye and/or respiratory infections, diarrhea) they may need to be removed from their mother's care for treatment.
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Spay & Neuter Solutions is a nonprofit organization, whose primary purposes are to provide financial assistance for defraying the cost of spaying and neutering and to educate pet owners about the importance of these operations. (More...)
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