February 2018 E-News
 Celebrating 2017 Successes

Thanks to all of our donors, supporters, volunteers and clients, Kitten Central was able to intake 509 kittens and cats last year! Of those, 19 were feral/stray moms that collectively had 68 kittens. They were accepted under our Feral Cat Program. The kittens and adoptable stray moms went through our medical protocol and were sent to their sponsoring rescues for adoption. The truly feral moms were spayed, blood tested, vaccinated and returned to their communities. This program encourages the public to trap and surrender the moms "with" their kittens, thus stopping the cycle of unwanted kittens from being born. We were able to take in more ferals this year thanks to a generous donor and a grant from the Sacramento Valley Veterinary Medical Association that allowed us to purchase 6 additional custom designed feral cat cages.

2017 Business Excellence Award Best Home-Based Business

Kitten Central is very proud to have been nominated and presented with this very prestigious award from the Lincoln Chamber of Commerce on January 26, 2018.
Kitten Central 2018 Calendars

Everyone asked and we delivered. We had an overwhelming response to our new 2018 calendars. Each month features a beautiful, full color, picture of our cats and kittens taken by our talented photographer, Elke Pfeil-Court. We only have a few left and we are offering them at a closeout price of $5 while supplies last! Buy Now
Saying Good Bye to Board Member, Doris Willmont
The angels made a very special pick up on Christmas Night as Doris Willmott went home to be with her Lord. We are sure she stopped at the rainbow bridge to escort any homeless animals waiting for a rescuer to take them across.

Doris was a Founding Member of the Kitten Central Board of Directors, an active volunteer, a foster mom and friend to all and her loss will be greatly felt. Al, her husband of 51 years, passed away 37 days later. Bonded in life, they are together again. Fly High Angels. We will miss you.
2018 Volunteer Orientation & Foster Training
April 7, 2018
8:30 am - 3:00 pm
Placer County Animals Services
Community Room
11232 B Avenue, Auburn, CA 95603

Learn about our mission and how you can help.

08:30 am - 09:00 am - Check In (refreshments provided)
09:00 am - 11:00 am - Our Mission & Volunteer Opportuinites Overview
11:00 am - 12:00 pm - Volunteer Registration and Lunch (provided)
12:00 pm - 03:00 pm - Foster Training for Those Wishing to Foster
FREE Registration
Don't Wait - Seats are Limited

Spay/Neuter Your Cat
for FREE

Even if you have inside cats, having females spayed before their first heat reduces chances of breast cancer and neutering reduces unwanted behaviors of male cats.

Make an appointment today!