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How You Can Help

 

Make a Gift

Your financial contribution allows us to provide spay/neuter surgeries, vaccinations, vet care, food, and supplies for rescued cats and kittens.

Donate Supplies

View our Amazon Wishlist to see what we need and order items to be shipped directly to us.

Sponsor a Kitten

For three installments of $50 a month (a total of $150), you can sponsor one of Remy’s kittens, born on Tax Day, April 15, 2020. What does a sponsorship get you? You’ll get weekly updates with stories about your kitten as well as photos so you can watch him or her grow up! Once they turn 6 weeks old, you can meet your kitten in person a monthly kitten playdate until he/she gets adopted. If COVID19 still has us sheltering in place, you can have a virtual playdate via a live video conference.

Your donation helps Kitty Revolution purchase food and litter for these kittens, as well as gets them proper veterinary care. They’ll get a medical checkup when they’re 6 weeks old, their first distemper shot at 8 weeks of age, followed by a booster shot at 12 weeks old. They’ll get our standard protocol of dewormer medication. Even though they were born in foster care, momma was a stray prior to being rescued so she could be have come into contact with contaminated water and may be passing worms to her kittens. Thanks, momma! When they are 12 weeks of age, they will be spayed/neutered, vaccinated against rabies, microchipped, and tested for FeLV/FIV. THEN they’ll be available for adoption.

Now you get to pick which kitten you’d like to sponsor!

Audit

At this point, it looks like Audit is female. Audit is a little tuxedo kitten with a great skunky stripe down her nose. She’s the most mellow of the trio.

Roth

Roth also appears to be female (it’s so hard to tell at this age). She’s the biggest of the litter. Audit is the only all black kitten in the litter; she may be a Mini Me of her mother Remy, who is also all black.

Ira

Ira appears to be a boy. He’s the most vocal and the most active of the litter. He’s often squealing about some sort of injustice befallen on him.