Sponsorships Save Kittens

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In July 2014,  with the financial support of her husband, Kelly Richardson became a “Little Paws” kitten sponsor/foster in Orlando. In just 6 months time, she has helped save 22 kittens. AND  has provided a grand total of over 2000 kitten meals and over 200 bottles of kitten formula!  

Sponsorships can help save kittens, by giving financial support and care. At times, rescue groups may come to a point where they must turn away cats/kittens if there is no money to fund their care, and no foster home for them to go to.  If these kittens are not rescued, their fate may lead to high kill shelters, where they will be euthanized.  A rescue organizations’ “sponsorship program” provides a means by which a person or entity can save a homeless cat/kittens’ life by providing for their care, for a specified cat, or litter of kittens.

What is a sponsor?  Kelly became a “Little Paws” Sponsor and Foster : helping to provide love, care, food, bottle nursers, KMS kitten Formula, pet wipes, Pedialyte, medication, litter, litter boxes, blankets, pet beds, cat toys, tunnels, scratching posts, and a stable home for kittens birth through 12-14 weeks (until they are adopted).

During Quarter 3 and 4, July thru December 2014, Kelly sponsored a grand total of 22 kittens: a momma cat with 7 nursing babies, Baby M, Sonny, Cher, Mickey and Minnie, Violet, Kimmy, Khloe, Kourtney, Leo, Pink, Connor, Boots, Mary Kate, and Ashley.

We are proud to say that we provided approximately 2000 kitten meals, and over 200 bottles of formula.

  • 6 – cases (24 per case) of canned kitten food

  • 6 – 16 pound bags of dry kitten food

  • 400 pounds of cat litter

  • 2 nursing bottles

  • 4 bottles of Pedialyte

  • 6 cans of KMS kitten formula

  • 4 litter boxes

  • 400 pounds of cat litter

  • 4 kitten beds, 10 fleece blankets

  • 2 scratch posts, 1 scratch mat, 2 kitty tunnels

  • 1 high quality litter mat

  • 2 bottles of over the counter medicine

  • over 20 cat toys

How can you help?

Locate your local kitten rescue groups and ask how you can be a sponsor.