It’s Raining Kittens!

Kitten Baby Shower will support the foster program at the Cat Adoption Team 

   This little guy is just one of the hundreds of kittens who will receive lifesaving foster care, veterinary attention, and adoption services through the Cat Adoption Team (CAT) this year. Photo by: Nancy Puro.

This little guy is just one of the hundreds of kittens who will receive lifesaving foster care, veterinary attention, and adoption services through the Cat Adoption Team (CAT) this year. Photo by: Nancy Puro.

(Sherwood, OR) – The words “kitten season” may seem like a lot of fun, but for animal shelters, this time of year means a hefty shelter population spike that requires additional resources. The Cat Adoption Team (CAT) is gearing up for another busy kitten season. With the help of volunteer foster families and the generous support of the community, CAT’s Kitten Foster Program will save the lives of hundreds of kittens and mama cats this year. 

Please join us for the second annual Kitten Baby Shower. Play shower games, enjoy treats supplied by Nothing Bundt Cakes bakery in Tualatin, Ore., and give a gift in support of CAT’s kitten foster program. 

When:  Saturday, April 12, 2014,  1 – 2:30 pm (open house; drop by any time during the shower) 

Where:  Cat Adoption Team – The Playhouse Kitten Room,  14175 SW Galbreath Dr., Sherwood, OR 

What:  Baby shower for the kittens in support of the Kitten Foster Program at CAT

Refreshments,  fun and games, learn about fostering, meet adoptable cats and maybe even some kittens                                                             

Gifts:                     Bring a gift for the kittens: tiny.cc/KittenWishList                                          

 RSVP:                    Not necessary, but you may RSVP on CAT’s Facebook event page

 Learn more about the foster program at catadoptionteam.org/foster.

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About the Cat Adoption Team 
The Cat Adoption Team (CAT) is the Pacific Northwest’s largest non-profit, feline-only adoption guarantee shelter. CAT’s is to save the lives of homeless, unwanted, sick, and injured cats and to work with our community to provide feline expertise and quality programs and services for people and cats. CAT has found homes for more than 32,000 cats and kittens since it opened in May 1998. As a 501(c)(3) publicly supported charity, CAT relies on the generous support of individuals and organizations. Find CAT on Facebook (facebook.com/catadoptionteam) and on 
Twitter (twitter.com/catadopt).