Trap-Neuter-Return & Foster Preemie Kitten Programs
We are now in kitten season and many litters of kittens are from feral cats. A feral cat is a homeless cat that is not accustomed to human contact and is too fearful to be handled. CoronadoCARES' free Trap-Neuter-Return Program for feral cats is available to Coronado residents.
If you know of any feral cats around town, please call 619-365-5337 to discuss the Trap-Neuter-Return Program.
Frequently both feral and domesticated kittens get separated from their moms. When that happens someone needs to rescue and raise them. CoronadoCARES has a Foster Preemie Kitten Program that provides the service of feeding and socializing the kittens in preparation for their adoption. Yes, if exposed to humans at an early age, feral kittens can be socialized and will become excellent pets.
If you find abandoned kittens, call the Coronado Animal Care Facility (ACF) at 619-522-7371.
The ACF recognizes CoronadoCARES' Foster Preemie Kitten Program as the "go to" source for such care when they receive a litter of kittens - either feral or domesticated.
To learn more about CoronadoCARES and our various programs please go to www.coronadocares.org.
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