AUSTIN -- A nonprofit group is asking for the public's help to save kittens.
Austin Pets Alive! hopes to keep Austin a no-kill city and is asking the public to step forward and help save animals. Immediate foster parents are needed as Austin enters "kitten season."
The APA! bottle baby program has helped rescued more than 515 kittens from Jan. 1 through April 22.
"We are asking for the community's support to help us save these tiny lives," said executive director of Austin Pets Alive! Dr. Ellen Jefferson. "Our bottle baby program is dependent on volunteers and fosters and with the influx of kittens this year, we will need additional hands on deck to help us save every last kitten in Austin."
Officials with Austin Pets Alive! say volunteering can be as simple as offering your home for a week.
If you would like to help click here.