Kitten Round Up this Saturday

LAPS animal shelter is taking in kittens and pregnant cats, no questions asked

The Patti Dale Animal Shelter iis hosting its annual Kitten Round Up this Saturday, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

LAPS staff and volunteers are there and willing to take in as many kittens and pregnant moms as they can from the Langley area. If you, or someone you know, has a litter of kittens or a pregnant cat that you cannot care for, please bring them to the shelter, no questions asked, no judgment, said staff.

Last year’s kitty round up brought dozens of furry kittens to the shelter as well as some pregnant cats too.

No kittens to spare but want to help? LAPS is also hosting a kitten shower to get the nurseries in their foster homes stocked with what they need to care for the kittens. Check out the LAPS website or Facebook page to see what is on the needs-list.

If you would like some more information ahead of time, you can visit or give us a call at 604-857-5055.

The Patti Dale animal shelter is located at 26220 56 Avenue.

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