Marianne Caron wrote -Tiny Paws Kitten Rescue, located in Stillwater, saves orphaned neonatal (unweaned) kittens in the Stillwater area. The rescue keeps them until they are healthy and old enough to go to their forever homes. Tiny Paws Kitten Rescue is a 501C3 non-profit. Tiny Paws takes in only orphaned newborn baby kittens that cannot survive on their own. Without human intervention these babies would die. Eighty well-trained, dedicated volunteers tend to the kittens, providing around the clock bottlefeeding and medical care under veterinary orders in a safe and healthy environment. When the kittens are weaned, they are readied for adoption to screened forever homes. As Oklahoma's only neonatal kitten rescue, Tiny Paws fills the gap left by area animal agencies that cannot provide care for these infants. Without Tiny Paws these kittens would be euthanized or left to perish. Bottle feeding kittens are a labor intensive, high risk, high needs population. It takes a lot to replace Momma's care. They do all we can as best as they can. Tiny Paws never refuses an infant kitten because of its medical condition. They are a no-kill rescue and have a 100% spay/neuter policy.