In 2018, Haven Humane Society celebrated the opening of our Kitten Nursery. The purpose of the facility is to care for kittens who are not yet eating on their own or are too young to put up for adoption.
We are always looking for volunteers to help in our Kitten Nursery. Bottle feeding the tiny ones, teaching the older kittens how to eat on their own, changing bedding, and making formula are some of the tasks our volunteers will help with.
The more volunteers we have, the more kittens we can keep in the nursery, so if you have some time to offer; call our Volunteer Coordinator at 530-241-1653 ext. 223. Training will be provided.
Another way to contribute is to foster kittens in your home. Little Mickey in the picture above went to a loving family who is fostering him until he's old enough to adopt, then they will formally adopt him.
Kittens will already be vaccinated and eating on their own, they just need some room for playing and a loving hand to hold them until they are ready for adoption. Opening your home to foster kittens opens a pen in the nursery for the younger kittens to take their place.
Whether you volunteer, foster, or donate, we appreciate your support in helping us work toward a day with no more homeless pets in the North State.
To see the Kitten Nurseries Amazon Wish List, click here.