Unfortunately, our Shelter is full to the brim - please do not dump any more animals on our doorstep - we are licensed by the city to have only 136 cats on site and we are at that limit. Our very limited number of foster homes are equally as full! We need VOLUNTEERS, ADOPTERS and DONATIONS to our spay/ neuter funds urgently;
Guardian Angels can offer help in the following ways AS FUNDS ALLOW
1. FVRCP (kitten) shots, deworming and flea prevention (we are not vets, we do not charge for these things, we always recommend your animal be seen by a licensed DVM)
2. Vouchers for spay/ neuter.
3. As supplies/ funds allow, food.
4. Counseling on care and rehoming
The shelter is open Wednesdays and Saturdays 11am until 4pm, you may also be able to come on Tuesdays during the same hours as volunteer availability allows. The organization is operated by volunteers only and receives its funding from public donation only.
Beyond that, if you get your unwanted cat(s) or kitten(s) spayed and/ or neutered when they are old enough - 8 weeks or at 2lbs, then you would be able to go to PetCo in Hot Springs on a Saturday and undertake what they call a private adoption (they must be fixed). You should ask a small adoption fee. "Free to good home" animals usually end up in a really bad/ dangerous situation.
We realize that this information does not help you immediately, but following these steps may ensure that the kittens get a good home, ultimately. Sadly, this kitten season has been overwhelming and we receive many calls or emails each day begging us or, in some cases, attempting to blackmail us to take unwanted cats or kittens - we just simply cannot take every single animal at this point. We can only help you help yourself help the animals.
Please do not give the kittens away unfixed, or put them back out on the street unfixed - we realize that these are not your cats and you are just trying to do the right thing for them, however, the problems will not go away if each person allows kittens or cats to leave their care without fixing them.