Most days, Cane the kitten is a relatively mellow feline… until his favorite toy fish comes out to play. He springs into action along with his foster sister Raiden, ready for a game of chase-and-catch. Cane and Raiden are just two of the adorable kittens at Willamette Humane Society waiting for their spay and neuter surgeries – an important step before they can find their new forever homes. But they might have to wait a little longer than expected.
This year’s warm weather extended kitten season much further than anticipated, taxing our resources. Over 100 kittens will need these essential procedures in December, which hits an already tight budget with an unexpected expense.
Your #GivingMewsday donation – the WHS take on #GivingTuesday – means Cane, Raiden and others will be home in time for Christmas. Part of a global day of giving on Tuesday, November 29, this is your opportunity to support the local felines in our community by giving them a healthier start in their new homes. Spay and neuter surgeries are an important step to humanely controlling the stray cat population and ensuring that more cats and kittens will have a home.
With your help, we can get all 108 kittens fixed and ready for adoption. Our goal is to raise $4,200 to help offset the cost of these procedures. Can you help make it possible with a donation today?
You did it! Thanks to you, all 108 foster kittens will get a healthy start in their forever homes this holiday season. You also made it possible to help dozens more kittens arriving at the shelter in the coming weeks. Thank you!
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