I have found a litter of kittens

Tiny kittens, known as neonates, need special care which is best provided by their mother or another cat. Neonates are those kittens under 8 weeks and weighing less than 1 kilo.

If you find a litter of kittens or mother cat with a litter in one of our catchment areas, please leave them where they are. The best chance of survival for kittens at this age is to stay with their mother.

You should only remove kittens if they are in danger or visibly injured. In those cases, you should either relocate them to a safer place or take them to the vet or welfare agency such as the RSPCA or Animal welfare league immediately.

Please read the following information provided by the RSPCA on what to do if you find a litter of kittens I found kittens! What should I do? | RSPCA NSW - RSPCA NSW