NORTH MIAMI BEACH (CBSMiami) – Calling all cat and kitten lovers. The Humane Society of Greater Miami is in desperate need of foster homes for more than 80 kittens.READ MORE: COVID In Florida: 1,613 New Cases, 35 Deaths Reported On Monday
While the organization has a foster care program that places kittens in loving, temporary homes and provides all essential supplies needed for proper care, they currently have more than 110 kittens in the program. The Humane Society says the amount of kittens being brought to the shelter in need of new foster homes is growing daily. Just in the past few days, they have taken in more than 50 kittens that need the nurturing of a foster family.
Most of the kittens are already eating on their own and are properly trained to use the litter box, but they would benefit from a warm and loving home in which they can develop and mature.
The shelter, according to the Humane Society, is not an ideal environment for young kittens to be raised.READ MORE: Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis Blasts YouTube, Google For Censorship After COVID-19 Roundtable Video Removed
The Humane Society will provide all necessary food and supplies so that the foster parents can focus their attention on giving the kitties unconditional love and a proper home in which to grow.
And remember, these adorable kittens are in their prime age for absolute cuteness!
Being a foster parent to one of these kittens presents the opportunity to make a difference in a pet’s life.MORE NEWS: Road To Reopening: Miami-Dade County Lifts Midnight Curfew