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Kittens too young to eat on their own or too young for adoption are one of the largest groups of animals euthanized every year in animal shelters across the United States. The National Kitten Coalition is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to increasing survival rates of rescued kittens, and we accomplish our mission by educating and training animal shelter staff, rescue groups, volunteers and fosters to provide high-quality, cost-effective care; providing outreach and educational materials to animal-welfare professionals and the public; and promoting cooperation and information sharing within the animal-welfare community.
The National Kitten Coalition in the News
NKC’s Susan Spaulding (aka “Kitten Mom”) was featured in a Women’s World magazine in September, 2021. Click this link to view the article and read how Susan became involved in kitten care and how that incident lead to her total commitment to kittens and becoming widely recognized and celebrated for her expertise in caring for neonatal orphans and special-need kittens.
All members of the media should contact the Coalition at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Members of the public should visit our Contact Us page. If you have a kitten who needs medical attention, please contact your local veterinarian, animal shelter or rescue organization.