Save the Kittens
Los Angeles, this is big: We’re on the verge of becoming a no-kill city this year. But to get there, the animals need you to raise your hand and step up now! #SAVETHEKITTENS
Saving the lives of 165 additional kittens each month through the end of the year. Together, we can do this!
BY THE NUMBERS (January through August 2019)
9,698 kittens entered L.A. city shelters. That's a 22% increase compared to last year.
An average of 1,212 kittens entered L.A. city shelters each month. That's about 40 kittens each and every day.
YOU CAN HELP
With so many more kittens entering the shelter system this year, these L.A. pets need you more than ever.
FOSTER OR ADOPT A KITTEN
In a city of 4 million, thousands of people have already raised their hands to help. We need just a few more. Be one of them.
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PARTICIPATING NKLA COALITION PARTNERS
#SaveTheKittens Fee-Waived Cat and Kitten Adoptions - OCTOBER 12
Angelenos, can the kittens count on you? Right now, the kittens need your help. Join us for the #savethekittens citywide fee-waived* adoption event, adopt a kitten and save a life.
When: Saturday, October 12
- NKLA Pet Adoption Center - 1845 Pontius Avenue, Los Angeles, California 90025
Phone: (424) 208-8840
- Best Friends Animal Society - Los Angeles - 15321 Brand Boulevard, Mission Hills, CA 91345
Phone: (818) 643-3989
- LA Animal Services - for all locations, visit laanimalservices.com
- Found Animals Adopt & Shop - 353 Lakewood Center Mall, Lakewood, CA 90712
Phone: (562) 531-2871
- Found Animals Adopt & Shop - 4235 Sepulveda Blvd, Culver City, CA 90230
Phone: (310) 933-6863
- Kitty Bungalow - Petco at 1873 Westwood Blvd Los Angeles 90025
- Spay Neuter Project of Los Angeles - The Black Cat 3909 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90029
*Promo applies to select pets. Please contact your nearest rescue or shelter for adoption fee details.
What to do if you find kittens
If you happen upon a litter of tiny kittens outdoors, it’s natural to want to scoop them up and try to care for them yourself or take them to a shelter. But both of those options may actually place them in more danger. CLICK the image below for step-by-step instructions to #SAVETHEKITTENS.