SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS)— Is it kitten season at the animal shelter? Dr. Jennifer Scarlett with the SF SPCA says judging by the bags under her eyes that yes, it is.
As it gets warmer and the days get longer our cats get outside and if they’re not spayed or neutered, they reproduce.
Scarlett said there are a lot of San Francisco residents who find orphaned and lost kittens in their yards or under bushes in parks.
The SF SPCA has a volunteer-run foster care program for kittens. “The homes will give them love and TLC from anywhere from three to four weeks until they’re old enough to get spayed or neutered and ready for adoption,” she said.