If you’ve found a kitten or a litter of kittens and aren’t sure if they are old enough, to exist in a temporary shelter environment, you can bring them to Orange County Animal Services. At Animal Services, our intake staff can help weigh the cats to determine if they are a candidate for the Wait ‘Til 8 program. If they quality for the program, they will help enroll you. Staff will provide you with a WT8 starter kit when you sign up. Supplies will be limited as they are a means to get people started, rather than to sustain long term and we want to do our best to ensure we can serve everyone.
Upon sign up, you will receive a bag containing the following supplies:
- 1 can of Kitten Milk Replacer (“KMR”)
- 1 kitten bottle
- 1 syringe (3mL)
- 1 case of canned kitten food
- 1 disposable litter pan
- 3 puppy pee pads
- 4 pounds of kitty litter
- The Wait ‘Til 8 program flyer with contact information for Orange County Animal Services and Kindness for Cats, Inc.
- The Kitten Lady’s Orphan Kittens Booklet