Happy Friday! Need a kitten fix? Then watch this video tour of Best Friends Animal Society's Los Angeles Neonate Intensive Care Unit.
The neonate program is part of the No-Kill Los Angeles (NKLA) initiative. Led by Best Friends Animal Society, NKLA is a coalition of animal rescue organizations, city shelters and passionate individuals dedicated to ending the killing of healthy and treatable pets in L.A. shelters.
With an ambitious goal of saving over 1,800 kittens from Los Angeles city shelters, the L.A. neonate program is looking for volunteers 24/7 to take care of kittens in their on-site nursery. Duties range from bottle-feeding and food preparation to cage cleaning and kitten socialization. Shifts are needed around the clock. By volunteering just a few hours a week, you'll be helping to save lives! Visit bfas.org/lakittens to get started.