Help Feed Orphaned Kittens

Help Feed Orphaned Kittens

$2.66 - Feed an Orphaned Kitten for 1 Week $5.32 - Feed an Orphaned Kitten for 2 Weeks $10.64 - Feed an Orphaned Kitten for 1 Month $31.92 - Feed an Orphaned Kitten for 3 Months Custom

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Give the gift of life for an orphaned kitten.

One cat can have up to 3 litters of kittens a year, which can be approximately 12-18 kittens. Most kittens born to stray cats end up orphaned in shelters without the proper nutrients they need to survive. Kittens need their mother's milk for at least the first two days of their life, but most of the time they are abandoned and left to starve.

Greater Good Charities has stepped in to provide orphaned kittens the formula they need to survive and have a chance at living a long and happy life. These kittens will be bottle fed every day to give them the nutrients they need to grow up strong, but we can't do it without you. 

You can help. Just $2.66 provides a week's worth of formula for 1 kitten. Giving these kittens the formula they need gives them a chance at living a long and healthy life, and finding a forever loving home. 


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Feeding neonates

I am so happy that I am anymore to feed one of these neonates, how can you not help? All of the horror story you hear of these poor little ones, taken away from your mama's, people just dumping them, it's terrible. But at least I do what I can to help.

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