Our feral kittens come from everywhere and anywhere. Upon rescue the kittens are given a topical flea treatment and bathed. The kittens will receive medication to kill hook worms, round worms and tapeworms. Also given is medication to kill several bacteria that are normally found in cats but because of poor diets the bacteria has grown out of control. Six weeks begins the kittens first in a series of three vaccinations. At seven weeks the kittens are given a blood test for FeLV and FIV. All our kittens are FIV and FeLV negative unless noted in their individual description. At eight weeks most kittens have reached an acceptable weight to be spayed or neutered. We do not spay or neuter any kittens who may have been slow to mature.
Within day or two of their rescue the kittens are transferred to one of our foster homes. The foster homes are located throughout L.A. and Ventura Counties. Having many loving foster homes allows us to keep litters together. The kittens are taught to play, to allow human touching and to respond to the human voice. The most important job of a foster parent is teaching the kitten to accept affection and learn to trust humans. This is accomplished with feeding, petting, bathing, constant play, a lot of verbal praise and tons of love and patience. Our foster parents don't receive pay; the love of saving a kitten is their reward. All expenses are paid by us(usually).
We want you to adopt a healthy good natured playful kitten or cat. We try our very best to have every kitten or cat live up to its full potential.
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