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For the last 135 years, the Louisiana SPCA has been an advocate for the animals in our community. Show the animals that you give a lick! 

Feral foster application

Another way to help feral cats is to foster those that have been trapped, but are either too small to be spayed/neutered, or need some extra time to recover from injury or illness. The greatest need is for foster families who can take in underage kittens - and it’s a great way to assist community cats with minimal effort. Caring for feral kittens usually just requires feeding and cleaning twice a day. No socialization time is required, since the kittens will be released back to their original home once they weigh 2 lbs and can be spayed/neutered. This is an ideal way for busy professionals and others who need to spend most hours of the day away from home to help feral cats!

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