What We Do
Tiny Paws focuses primarily on taking in orphaned newborn baby kittens that cannot survive on their own. Unfortunately, without human intervention these babies wouldn't have the opportunity to grow into the loving individuals they'll soon become. A team of well-trained, dedicated staff and volunteers tend to the kittens around the clock, providing bottle-feeding and medical care under veterinary orders in a safe and healthy environment. Tiny Paws kittens also receive unparalleled intimate socialization with humans, creating lasting bonds and a natural predisposition for companionship. Once weaned, the kittens are readied for adoption and thoughtfully matched with their new family.
Tiny Paws fills the gap left by area animal agencies that cannot provide labor intensive care for these infants. Without an organization like Tiny Paws fulfilling this role, kittens such as these are ordinarily euthanized or simply left to perish. Bottle-fed kittens are a high-risk, high-needs population for which most rescues aren't adequately funded, staffed, or equipped to provide the necessary care. It takes a awful lot to replace their Mama's care. Here at TPKR, We never refuse an infant kitten because of its medical condition. We are a no-kill rescue. We have a 100% spay/neuter policy.
The kittens depend on us for their survival, and we depend on donations, financial and volunteer support, grants, and fundraising for our survival.
-At the heart of it all-
Providing life-saving care to orphaned kittens
With this initiative, our goal is to support the communities neediest and tiniest residents. TPKR provides the extensive care necessary for infant kittens. With our specific focus and team of local volunteers, staff, veterinarians, and fosters Tiny Paws is able to accomplish a feat in animal rescue that is often impossible and serve the most vulnerable population.
A journey taken one tiny paw at a time
We are dedicated to serving the entire orphaned neonatal kitten population in our community. That means caring for the injured, sick, and malnourished as well. Tiny Paws will never refuse acceptance of a kitten based on it's current state. We provide medical procedures, treatments, and rehabilitation to all of those in need. Some of our most memorable alumni graduate from our rehabilitation program.
Helping Those in Need
Few things in life are as rewarding of an experience as when we get to see all those early morning bottle feeding sessions, extracurricular vet visits, and weeks of kitten etiquette training culminate in the day when one of our babies gets to go home with their new family. It takes a whole community to make our work possible and that includes families like yours who provide a loving environment for these amazing animals to flourish!
News & Resources
A well informed community is an empowered one as well. Take a look at the latest news and resources below, and help spread the word about all the amazing developments and animal welfare work taking place at Tiny Paws Kitten Rescue.