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     PIECE OF HEAVEN KITTEN RESCUE
Fostering......    
Great volunteers and friends, a growing family of adopters and a chance to help kittens and cats get there forever home!
We love what we do, and would like to share a peek inside our foster homes.  
There's mostly good times, but we do have some hard times as well, and many pictures that require no words but a smile!!
Enjoy the pictures .......


We will always remember our little "Squirt".
 June 23, 2013

Welcome to the foster home......
   The new kittens start to explore their foster home and meet the adult cats.......
Just relaxing!
Periodic weighing.....
Cleaning duty.....
Napping.....
Bottle feeding around the clock....
Trips to the vets.....
Playtime & Toy Testing......
Just being cute......
Nail trimming....
Which also means some help with washing!
This page was last updated: December 6, 2016
A look back at the kittens rescued in 2016

Kittens ready for adoption are listed on the "Kittens for Adoption" Page.  
Kittens are spayed once they are 12 weeks old and have received their final vaccinations and testing. 
Thank you to our fosters for all you do, which includes trying to take pictures of kittens on the go!

Riley, will be in our hearts forever.
 July 12, 2016
Thank you for not looking away.....

We would like to share this story of Toby. A person was walking down the street on July 17th in the area, and saw something in the road ahead. Crows had started to circle in the air above.  As the person got closer, he found a baby kitten, it appeared just hours old.  
This person picked up the little kitten and took it home to find immediate help.  Our group received the call and we thankfully had a foster ready to help.
Our foster Mom took over, preparing replacement milk right away and getting a safe warm place for the kitten. 

A slight sigh of relief, his body temperature was good and the kitten starting taking the bottle.  We at least have a chance to save him.  The foster Mom would feed him every 2-3 hours while keeping him warm.  He was  named Toby.
Toby has continued to take the bottle well and is steadily gaining ounces.  Here are pictures on 7/29, 8/5 and 8/16.  Toby is doing well, but as with any kitten, this is a critical time.
Thank you to the person that found little Toby and took the time and saved him from certain death.
  Thank you to his foster Mom, who cares for him around the clock.
October - We needed a new name, We found out Tabitha would be better name, as this precious little kitten was a girl!