Animal fosters needed for growing pet overpopulation Photo by Elyse Askari/The Valley ChronicleThe Let Them Be Little fostering program is dedicated to helping infant kittens fight against the odds to make it to adulthood. ■ By Elyse Askari / Reporter Most people’s first thoughts upon hearing the words “animal shelter” may conjure images of small, sick animals in an overstuffed building micromanaged by the state. Unfortunately, this may just be what it has become. Sue Kaitukoff has fostered almost 600 animals since 2015 in association with the Ramona Animal Shelter, and according to her, “the main problem is people don’t spay and neuter, and people aren’t being made aware of it.”
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