Our Group will be attending an animal round up on a reservation just across the boarder in Sisseton, ND in Febuary 27th
What is a roundup? Well, the Indian Tribal police will hold a round up of all stray animals on the reservation on certain days to help control animal populations. The problem with this happening is that on the reservations they are not governed by the same laws as animal controls for states and or counties and what happens is animals are loaded into a trailer and shot if there are not rescues or resources for them to help place these animals.
Thankfully there is an amazing group up there that works very hard to help all these animals in need and pulls together many rescues to take them in.
But we need fosters to help us save and rescue as many animals as possible.
If you have ever considering fostering now is a great time and by clicking on our link of how to help you can find not only and application but all info needed to help make this possible.
Please contact us TODAY
We have adoption events every month at Coon Rapids, Plymouth and Bloomington please watch our calander for all the fun events coming up!
Please be sure to check out our upcoming events.
There are three adoption events this month. Plymouth , Bloomington, and one in Coon Rapids.
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Adoption Event – October 3rd
Come and see our fosters that are eligible for adoption
Vet Partners Pet Hospital
Saturday October 3rd from 1200-300 pm!
3505 Vicksburg Lane #300
Plymouth, MN 55447
Visit us at PennFest 2015.
Sunday, Sept. 20 from 12 noon to 4 p.m.
We are very happy to be working with Vet Partners Pet Hospital. They will perform a free health examination on any adopted pets that are brought in during the first 10 days of being adopted. There is also a special offer on ID Chips.
Vet Partners Pet Hospital’s vision is to partner with people, families and the community to provide the best medical care for pets. They are locally owned and currently have two locations in Plymouth and Edina. They are extremely passionate about preventative care. Vet Partners has preventative care packages that focus on keeping your pet healthy and happy and have created unique packages just for The Kitten’s Cradle to help get our cats ready for adoption. Their Doctors are skilled in providing routine wellness care, as well as, managing advanced medical and surgical cases. For more details on their vision and hospitals visit their website at www.myvetpartners.com.
Two awesome Kitten’s Cradle foster caregivers saved a little kitten last night at three in the morning. Poor little guy was found outside, on his own, with his eyes crusted shut laying in front of a garage.
As of this morning, kitty is on antibiotics, getting antibacterial eye drops, and plenty of food. He will also receive medical care as needed.
Being a foster means you get to literally save animal’s lives. Check out our Volunteer Page to see how you can help.
Well done Jason and Kirsten!
Found with eyes crusted shut.
Gentle work with a warm, damp cloth and he can open his eyes now.
Feeling Well enough to eat some kitten formula.
Feeling a little better with a full tummy.