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We’re big fans of Kitten Lady Hannah Shaw. Since her first rescue ten years ago, Hannah has developed a huge following on Instagram, featuring some of the most adorable photos of kittens you’ll ever see online, but she is about so much more than just cute photos. Shaw has become the go to expert on how to save and raise orphaned kittens. In addition to teaching neonatal kitten workshops at shelters around the country, her website and YouTube channel offer a wealth of resources on kitten care.

In Tiny But Mighty, Hannah not only explains why newborn kittens are so vulnerable, but also shares how you can help them thrive. Filled with information on animal welfare, instructional guides, and personal kitten rescue stories, this book is must-have book for cat lovers, current and future rescuers, foster parents, activists, and advocates.

And of course, the book features hundreds of adorable kitten photos. I recently received a sample copy, and I can tell you that this is going to be not only an outstanding kitten care guide, but also a gorgeous book that will be a go to when you just need a little kitten fix in your day.

Tiny But Mighty will be published August 6, and is available for pre-order now.


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3 Comments on Coming this Summer: Tiny But Mighty: Kitten Lady’s Guide to Saving the Most Vulnerable Felines

  1. She really is wonderful with kittens. When people have asked me questions that I can’t answer, I turn to Hannah’s you tube videos for help and send them the links. And, you just can’t help but fall in love with her kitten pictures. They are adorable. I will definitely need this book.

    • I used her online knowledge when a pregnant community cat delivered her babies in the trap the night I trapped her. Three of the kittens were being adequately fed by mom but one was not getting enough. The nipple and syringe that the “Kitten Lady” recommended was wonderful. The bottles sold in stores are frustrating. I kept mom and the babies contained in a large crate and I fed the needy baby several times a day. I always put her back with mom so mom could clean her and “teach” her how to be a cat. All four kittens survived. The kittens have since moved on to permanent homes (all spay/neutered, of course). I’m working with the mom–she deserves a good home.

  2. So what’s her solution to the ‘fading kitten syndrome’? We’ve seen some vets that advocate tightly wrapping them heating pad with toweling around them fully and sips of corn syrup every 3 minutes when the fading starts, but is that really adequate? And what went wrong.. No one seems to deal with the idea that a fully thriving kitten, all ready mobile, playful and eating well, even with access to momma at will the whole time, can become unexplainably uninterested in life suddenly and become ‘fading’ and not be retrievable.. ttyl

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