“Reddington says that L.A. has an urgent need for more kitten fosters. Every time someone fosters a litter of kittens, rescues and shelters have room to save more (and euthanize less).
“Reddington started her kitten program two years ago, basing it out of the shelters in Baldwin Hills and Downey, which have the highest stray kitten count in the city. To date, the program has rescued 3,400 fur babies.
“Now the ASPCA is starting their own campaign to educate the public on how they can help — you can put your zip code into the site and find a shelter where you can volunteer to foster.”
LA Is In The Midst Of A Kitten Crisis. Here’s How You Can Help, by Gina Pollack, LAist, May 9, 2019
To foster or not to foster? That’s a question. Well, here’s how to answer it.
Moi? I love kittens, but hate long-term commitments, so maybe kitten fostering is the way to go for me.