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Tiny But Mighty: Kitten Lady’s Guide to Saving the Most Vulnerable Felines

Book • An essential read for kitten rescuers and foster carers.

The cover of the book by animal advocate, Hannah Shaw.

Tiny But Mighty: Kitten Lady’s Guide to Saving the Most Vulnerable Felines is a book that provides essential information for cat foster carers and shelter volunteers. It was also written to inspire a new generation of animal rescuers to care for kittens in need.

What is it?

The nine-chapter book is all about saving as many cat lives as possible. Author Hannah Shaw shares all the possible dangers newborn kittens face, the effective ways to combat them, and how to help vulnerable animals. 

Chapters include State of the Kitten, It’s Raining Kittens: How to Stop the Flood, What to Expect (When You’re Expecting Kittens), Fight for the Little Guys, From Tiny to Mighty, In Sickness and In Health, Preparing for Takeoff, Taking Care of Yourself (So You Can Take Care of Them), and Changing the World for the Tiniest Felines. 

Aside from being a step-by-step guide to caring for kittens, the book is also packed with hundreds of adorable photos, a kitten growth and monitoring chart, and heartwarming stories of Shaw and her rescues.   

Who’s behind it?

Kitten rescuer, humane educator, and animal advocate Hannah Shaw. Also known as the Kitten Lady, she has dedicated her life to finding creative ways to protect animals in need. 

How much is it?

You can get the Kindle version for 17.99 AUD from Amazon Australia, or the hardcover version for 19.97 USD from Amazon US.

*Please note these rates are based on currency conversions at the time of writing this post and may fluctuate.

Why is it awesome for stay-at-home parents?

Stay-at-home parents can put themselves in the shoes of Shaw and other kitten carers by reading their stories. More importantly, readers can be equipped to care for orphaned kittens if they encounter them by accident, or when they choose to open their homes for these helpless creatures. 

Where can I get it?

Order the book on Amazon Australia or Amazon US.

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