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-- -- He's only two weeks old.
At such a young age.
-- been -- -- it's actually buried in the ground but now Morton along with a 120 other furry friends are getting a second chance at life.
Welcome to the kitten nursery -- the San Diego humane society it's actually the first in the nation kittens need brown -- there.
They get fed every two to three hours the nursery -- 24/7.
Each month nursing some -- 12250.
Kittens back to house a lot of people find them in their back -- plane there arrives.
There -- Han cats and literally I think that's true.
Gary weitzman is director of the San Diego humane society.
He -- currently San Diego is overpopulated.
When it comes to -- Here a lot of you -- excited we've got over 600.
It's -- cats and kittens here.
And that's just 17 shelter facilities in the county at the San Diego facility -- -- doubled up filled with felines were waiting for forever home.
We need to stop.
The access grieving cats and dogs.
And make sure that we only have enough for the homes that are available in that's exactly the goal of the kitten nursery.
You walk into any -- Berkett nurseries and it's just a living visual.
Reminder of the need for -- -- -- So each -- here from day sold two weeks is given a helping hand for her panic and moments -- that do everything from feeding to.
Well mom actually -- stimulate and to urinate and go -- We kind of train to be on a person sleeping schedules so they're playing eating during the day and then they're sleeping at night.
All this to get them to a very important surgery at eight weeks.
The idea of being the more cat she's they eat less will stray if we send them out spade and -- idea is that basically putting -- South --
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