Chicago Animal Care and Control

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Chicago Animal Care and Control

This donation initiative benefits Chicago Animal Care and Control. Chicago Animal Care and Control is raising funds for The Original Surro-Kitty® and a Surro-Kitty® Sound nurser to aid in the city’s rescue efforts. Your contribution goes toward the purchase of (2) The Original Surro-Kitty® (1) Surro-Kitty® Sound unit. The donation campaign ends when the target goal is met.    

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This donation initiative benefits Chicago Animal Care and Control. In Chicago, most kittens are born between April and September. During this period — known as “Kitten Season” — a constant stream of orphans arrive at the shelter. Many are so young that they are blind, deaf, and unable to feed themselves. To increase their chances of survival, these babies need immediate and constant attention.

Bottle Babies: Some of our kittens are just a few days old. These neonates are blind, deaf, and unable to feed themselves. They require 24-hour-a-daycare to survive, including bottle-feeding every few hours.
 
Mush Babies: CACC also receives litters of “mush babies.” These kittens can eat on their own but need monitoring to ensure they consume enough food.
 
Since many baby kittens arrive in the evening hours, and there is no one to attend to them between 10 p.m. and 7 a.m., the Surro-Kitty® will allow us to care for more orphaned kittens until they are rescued.