Animal Writes
10 June 2001 Issue
Bottle Feeders Needed

KittyKind, one of the largest privately run animal rescue groups in New York City, has helped Neighborhood Cats on several occasions by adopting out hard-to-place cats. Now we have an opportunity to help them.

Frequently, KittyKind needs short term foster care for kittens that are being bottle fed. The need usually arises on very short notice so a list is needed of potential foster homes to call when necessary.

If you might be able to foster and bottle feed at some point, please contact Marlene Kess, the director of KittyKind her via email with your contact information or leave a message on the KittyKind voicemail.

email: [email protected] 
KittyKind voicemail: (212) 726-2653

Thanks for helping if you can,

[Editor's Note: For those not in New York, bottle feeding and foster care volunteers are frequently needed by rescue groups in all areas. Check with your local shelter or rescue.]

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