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In preparation for the upcoming "Kitten Season", Happy Tails is offering this special class to provide the information critical to helping save lives. Whether you're looking to foster and feed bottle babies yourself or just want to empower yourself with some basic knowledge to be able to help others in the community, this class is a great place to start!
Happy Tails is in critical need of volunteers willing to save a few precious lives by becoming bottle-baby feeders. While it is ideal for newborn kittens to stay with mom until weaned, that is not always possible. Bottle babies are newborn kittens who have been separated from their mom and will not survive without another source of nutrition in those first weeks of life.
If you are interest in learning the ins and outs of bottle feeding newborn kittens - and helping save some lives - please join Happy Tails for step-by-step instructions on bottle feeding, as well as what to expect, precautions to take, helpful tips and more.
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Happy Tails Pet Sanctuary
No Kill, Volunteer Run, Cage Free
Founded in 1993, Happy Tails Pet Sanctuary is a no-kill animal rescue group dedicated to protecting and improving the lives of homeless and abused animals throughout the Sacramento area. Needy cats and dogs are rescued, nurtured, and provided shelter and medical care (including spaying and neutering) before being placed in safe, loving, permanent homes. After adoption, Happy Tails animals may be returned at any time, no questions asked.
Adult cats (one year and older) are up for adoption at the Happy Tails “Patricia L. Holmes Adoption Center” located at 6001 Folsom Blvd. in East Sacramento. Additional cats plus kittens and dogs are cared for in our network of foster homes and are put up for adoption on the weekends at the PetSmart store near the corner of Watt Avenue and Arden Way.
As an almost all-volunteer organization, Happy Tails is grateful for the work of over 200 dedicated volunteers. Assistance programs help the pets of elderly, homeless and low-income individuals. Through our extensive feral cat program, Happy Tails maintains several altered, healthy feral cat colonies. This effort is one more step in helping to solve the Sacramento area’s serious pet overpopulation problem. Funding includes monetary donations from our dedicated and generous benefactors, as well as grants, bequests, fundraising events and adoption fees. Federal and state tax authorities recognize Happy Tails as a tax-exempt, 501(c)(3) Nonprofit Public Benefit Corporation.
The Happy Tails Pet Sanctuary
Board of Directors