HAWS looking for milk money to get through kitten season

Posted at 4:33 PM, Mar 23, 2018
WAUKESHA-- The Humane Animal Welfare Society of Waukesha County is looking for help in obtaining kitten formula for orphaned and newborn kittens, according to a news release. 
HAWS has been able to raise $875 through their Milk Money Facebook Fundraiser page, but they're still in need of $1125 to get through the kitten season. 
Kitten Season Facts from HAWS 
  • Every year HAWS takes in 800+ kittens, many of them orphaned and still of nursing age.
  • One (1) canister of powdered KMR kitten formula helps save one orphaned/nursing kitten, from newborn to approximately 4 weeks of age when they can be weaned.
  • Each year HAWS needs hundreds of canisters of kitten formula!
According to the news release, a single canister of KMR kitten formula can be purchased for about $10. 
People can donate to HAWS both through their websiteor the facebook page. Or, you can go to HAWS Wish List on Amazon to purchase the formula and have it sent directly to them.