Homes for Endangered and Lost Pets

By on May 19, 2012

ST. CHARLES—Spring is here, and with it comes kittens. Homes for Endangered and Lost Pets (H.E.L.P.) is seeking volunteers to care for orphaned kittens in their homes. H.E.L.P. provides supplies, veterinary care, and training. These young kittens usually require bottle feeding, which must be done at regular intervals. Depending on their age, this could require feeding overnight. This is a challenging, rewarding opportunity.

Volunteers must be adults and must be able to keep the kittens in a separate room of their home. If you would like to volunteer, or for more information about H.E.L.P.’s bottle feeding program, please call Lisa at (630) 879-7130.

H.E.L.P. is a volunteer based not-for-profit organization in the St. Charles area. H.E.L.P. strives to provide medical care and a safe, happy, and comfortable living environment for as many cats and dogs possible while maintaining a high standard of care for these animals and making a best effort to ensure these animals are adopted into quality adoptive homes. More information is available on the H.E.L.P. website, www.helpinganimals.org.

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