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Amy Jamieson
May 17, 2017 03:58 PM

Kittens, kittens everywhere — even in your hair! It sounds like the most amazing scenario ever, we know.

However, the sad reality is that there just aren’t enough homes for all the kittens arriving this Kitten Season — the time of year when cats give birth and flood animal shelters. 

Rescuers everywhere, in shelters and beyond, like Jacob Meyer an employee at the Great Plains SPCA (above), have their hands and hats plenty full of pussycats, trying to care for each and every one, many of them infants in need of round-the-clock bottle feedings.

We hate to harsh your mellow, feline-lovers, but some of them won’t make it.

So we’re helping the only way we know how, by gathering an amazing group of can’t-look-away cuties (note chatterboxes Oprah, Kelly and Ellen, now available at New Jersey’s Camden County Animal Shelter) for two very important reasons: to ask you to consider adopting a pet from your local shelter AND to extol the importance of spaying and neutering your animals.

Behold the Valedictorian of the Class of 2017 Kitten Cuddler Program.

You can never start Selfie School too young. 

They call it a “Cuddle Puddle” — we’re jumping in!

Cuddle puddle

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BEST. PATIENT. EVER!

I’m getting bigger every day, Doc!

The Brady Bunch has nothing on these identical siblings found in a garage. Tear.

What? You’ve gotta be kitten me about this Kitten Season stuff.

Feeding time is clearly a free-for-all!

It's kitten season! #kittenrescuela #kittenseason #kittens #adoptdontshop #fosterkittens

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Checkers, Malfoy and Snape are about to understand why cats hate water. 

Sigh. Just hoping for a home when Kitten Season is over.

I think the shelter screwed up and gave me 1 baby kangaroo.

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Some babies need extra TLC — email fosternyc@bestfriends.org to help out!

Don’t be bashful, babies. Put your best paw forward and you’ll find forever! 

Dumped in an Atlanta park, but now in safe hands. To help, visit furkids.org/volunteer.  

Oprah, Kelly and Ellen want to have a serious talk about Kitten Season, ready your lap!

To learn how you can lend a hand this Kitten Season, visit the Humane Society’s website. 

 

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