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Let Them Be Little works to reduce euthanasia rates by rescuing underage and at-risk cats and kittens and placing them into loving foster homes until they are ready to go to their forever family. All cats are spayed/neutered and microchipped prior to adoption.   

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Pre-adoption applications may be submitted for kittens 6 weeks of age and older. Kittens are available for adoption once they are 8 weeks old.  Our adoption fee is $200. A non-refundable pre-adoption deposit of $50 is required to place a hold on a cat/kitten. At the time of their adoption, all of our cats & kittens are spayed/neutered, vaccinated & microchipped.  They are prepared to persevere in the unique situations they find themselves in.

Holding Ginger Cat

♥ Fostering Saves Lives ♥

Whether you volunteer to care for a litter of orphaned kittens or give a special needs cat a safe, loving home to recover in, you are making a difference in the life of an animal in need. Fostering is rewarding, easier on the animals, and helps them get adopted.

Young kittens need far more care than most shelters are able to give, and adult cats are much happier in a home with humans than in a metal kennel.  Here at LTBL, we provide all the training, food, supplies, veterinary care and support — while YOU provide a safe and loving home temporarily.

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If you’re unable to adopt or foster, but still want to help, there are plenty of ways! We’re always in need of items from our Walmart and Amazon wishlists, and will happily accept PayPal donations as well!


About Us

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In 2016, several volunteers that were part of the foster program at the Ramona Humane Society worked together to care for, rehabilitate, and get cats and kittens adopted.  Several of the volunteers thought it would be amazing to actually have their own 501(c)(3) — but it seemed pretty far out of our reach at the time. We thought of how many more cats and kittens we could help if we had a dedicated group of foster homes, people who were as passionate about cats as we were, and good-hearted volunteers to help!  As luck — or fate — would have it, we were approached by a very generous donor who wanted to gift us with everything we would need to have our own 501(c)(3). We spent time working on a name that would let anyone and everyone know that our main goal is to help under-age kittens.. and that’s where we came up with Let Them Be Little Feline Rescue. We have never looked back and have been going strong ever since! Today, several of our founding members are still very active and continue to give their time to LTBL.Currently, we’re made up of a group of about 30 very dedicated volunteers who foster cats and kittens in our homes. At this time, we don’t have a facility or storefront — although it’s an absolute dream of ours — to take in, care for, and rehabilitate the animals that come our way. Here at Let Them Be Little, we specialize in taking care of neonatal kittens, medical / special needs animals, half and fully feral kittens, cats, pregnant mothers, and so much more! If you’d like to see pictures of some of the lucky kitties we were able to help, check out our successes page! Thank you so much in your interest in Let Them Be Little. If you have any questions, want advice, would like to be a foster parent, or wish to adopt, please shoot us an email at

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Making a Difference

We work hard to get our efforts noticed by the media and are so proud when this goal comes to fruition. Take a look at some of our latest coverage and help spread the word about all the amazing developments at Let Them Be Little Feline Rescue.

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