Do lost kittens come back?

Do lost kittens come back?

Call and check in with us today. If your cat is missing, try not to worry. Some cats come home weeks and even months after they wander off.

What to do if your kitten has FeLV?

If your kittens are FeLV- or FIV-positive, you need to call your vet if they so much as sneeze, because a little cold can be a killer in a cat with limited immune function. Thomas: If your cats don’t have these illnesses, your vet may recommend vaccinating against FeLV — particularly if they’re indoor/outdoor cats.

When to take a kitten to the vet?

Siouxsie: Lisa, it’s very important that you get this kitten to a vet as soon as you can. Thomas: When a kitten suddenly has a behavior change — and especially if he’s not eating — it is often a sign that he is sick. A kitten that young should never lose his appetite.

What to do if your kitten has eye gunk?

When dealing with your kitten’s eye gunk, first try wiping it away from the eye with a damp towel and see how long it takes to return. If the problem keeps coming back, or if you notice that it is starting to obstruct your kitten’s vision, take them to the vet.

Is there a cure for fading kitten syndrome?

Preventing crises is key to reducing fatality from fading kitten syndrome. The early signs of fading kitten syndrome are subtle but often detectable. Sick kittens may not right themselves when turned on their backs. They may not root and suckle normally.

How many cats have been rescued by Kitten Rescue?

Kitten Rescue volunteers place over 1,000 cats and kittens into homes every year. Since we began, we have rescued and placed over 21,000 cats (and counting!) into loving homes. Watch Kittens on our Live KR Kitten Cam! Need your daily dose of cuteness and stress relief?

Is there a kitten rescue in Los Angeles?

Meet our cats and prepare to fall in love. Kitten Rescue was founded in the spring of 1997 and has grown to be one of the largest and most respected animal welfare groups in Los Angeles. We are a non-profit, volunteer-run organization devoted to finding loving new homes for unwanted, homeless cats and kittens.

If your kittens are FeLV- or FIV-positive, you need to call your vet if they so much as sneeze, because a little cold can be a killer in a cat with limited immune function. Thomas: If your cats don’t have these illnesses, your vet may recommend vaccinating against FeLV — particularly if they’re indoor/outdoor cats.

When to foster a kitten in Los Angeles?

Foster a Kitten with Kitten Rescue Los Angeles struggles with an intensive and lengthy kitten season, stretching anywhere from February until November and peaking in June and July. With so many underage kittens flooding into the LA Shelters, rescue groups are hard-pressed to find safe accommodations for all these little lives.