The Kalamazoo SPCA just took in 20 cats and kittens that struggling families have been forced to give up temporarily.

The average foster need varies with each placement, but many are for a maximum of 30 days.  Katie Timber, Executive Director of The SPCA of Southwest Michigan, spoke with MLive saying, "The more foster homes we have, the more animals we can rescue. We eat 100 percent of the cost on these intakes." The SPCA also spays or neuters every animal that comes in to manage over-population.

Info on fostering can be found here, you can call The SPCA at 269-344-1474, or visit 6955 West KL Ave.  Donations are also a HUGE help!  Donate here.

the back of Katie Timber's car after the resuce
Chris and Katie rescuing Kalamazoo cats