Ontario nonprofit seeks homes for feral cats

Amy Kee holds a newborn kitten at a cat adoption event for the Ontario Feral Cat Project. The nonprofit cat shelter holds the event every Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. (The Enterprise/Yadira Lopez)

ONTARIO – Amy Kee, a volunteer at the Ontario Feral Cat Project, a nonprofit cat shelter hand fed a mewing kitten swaddled in a blanket with a syringe feeder. 

The kitten was one of six that arrived at the clinic without their mother on Aug. 16. 

The kittens, who still had their umbilical cords, were only a couple of days old, Kee said as she gently placed one kitten back on a heating pad, picked up another, wrapped it in the blanket and began feeding it. 

Kee said she is in . . .