We feed our nursing mama cats a high-quality canned kitten food, supplemented by dry kitten food. As the kittens learn to eat solid food, they eat a special "baby cat" food designed just for young kittens. Food is the major ongoing expense for both moms and babies; there's also cat litter, blankets, toys, and bedding. Before they're adopted, kittens go for a vet check and get their first set of shots, and mom cats need to be spayed. We always appreciate donations to help with our fostering and rescue.
You can also go to PayPal and send a donation of any amount to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you'd prefer to mail a check, please email us for our address.
Miri's House in reality has existed for years. We'd like to take this time to thank all those who have helped with donations of money, time, loving homes, referrals, and advice over the years.
Big Purrs to:Lisa B., Somerville, MA
Lori B., New Bedford, MA
Samantha C., Warren, RI
Kimberly C., Warren, RI
Julie D., Somerset, MA
Lily Marlaina G., Somerset, MA
Christa H., Oakland, CA
Kendall K., Portsmouth, RI
Emily L., Portsmouth, RI
Linda L., Nantucket, MA
Kiersten M., Cranston, RI
Amy U., Newport, RI
The Crowley Family, Somerville, MA
The Kret Family, Newton, MA
The Rua-Larsen Family, Somerset, MA
C.A.R.E. Southcoast, New Bedford, MA
Animal Associates, Dartmouth, MA
Rhode Island Community Spay/Neuter Clinic, Warwick, RI