Feline Breeding Season Has Shelters Urging Adoption

It's also called "kitten season" when lots of newborns start flooding shelters in Southern California.

KNX Midday News with Chris Sedens
April 23, 2018 - 10:56 am

LOS ANGELES (KNX1070) - Feline breeding season is right around the corner in L.A.

It's called "kitten season" and that's when lots of newborn kittens start flooding shelters in Southern California. Tina Reddington with the ASPCA says shelters are not a good place for them. That's why they are urging foster parents to take in kittens.

Reddinton says the commitment to foster a kitten is only about two to four weeks. That's enough time to get kittens used to human interaction so they can be adopted. You can fill out a foster form on the ASPCA website