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Have you ever experienced the joy of watching kittens play? Frolicking, tumbling, leaping, wrestling…. as if they don’t have a care in the world!
In reality, kittens are the most vulnerable population we care for at Heart of the Valley. They cannot regulate their own body temperature, they need to be fed at least three times a day and their fragile immune systems are not yet fully developed. Some are brought to the shelter without mothers and our staff must assume that role — feeding, nurturing and socializing. We have the privilege of watching them grow and develop until they are able to go home with their new family.
Spring marks the beginning of kitten season at Heart of the Valley. Last year, we rescued and found homes for more than 600 kittens. Often their only hope of survival is through our doors and into the hearts of supporters like you who make it possible for us to meet their needs. Through your support of our work, we are able to care for the more than 2,800 dogs and cats brought to the shelter each year, including these vulnerable kittens.
This spring, we need your support more than ever as we anticipate the arrival of hundreds of kittens. Please continue to help the lost and surrendered animals that depend on HOV every year; your support makes a difference in their survival. Together, we are creating a safe, loving world for cats and dogs, kittens and puppies.
Thank you for supporting our mission and playing a critical role in our success.
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