Adoptions at our Pieloch Pet Adoption Center will be by appointment only to follow recommendations from local and national health authorities regarding social distancing. To make an appointment please call our Pieloch Pet Adoption Center at (402) 441-4488 ext 1. Our Admissions & Assessment Center is open but is only allowing one customer/party in the building, at a time. Please be patient, as our staff works to assist you. We ask for visitors to please wear a mask and practice social distancing when visiting either of our locations.

Bottle Baby Foster Program

Introducing the Itty Bitty Kitty Committee! Learn how to foster bottle babies for Capital Humane Society!

Kitten season is fast approaching! Every spring and summer we see a significant increase in our kitten population. Many of these little guys and gals will need lots of time and attention. With your help, we can help these bottle babies grow up to be big cats! 

These kittens are usually under six weeks of age and aren't off milk yet. We need your help to provide them with the love and care they need before they're ready to be spayed or neutered and head to the Pieloch Pet Adoption Center to find their furever families!


In order to become a bottle baby foster parent, you must:

  • Be at least 18 years old.
  • Have the consent of all adults living in your household.
  • Have the consent of your landlord, if applicable.
  • Have current vaccinations for all your household pets and negative FeLV/FIV tests for all cats in your home.
  • Agree to keep foster felines indoors, at all times, and separated from other pets in the home.
  • Complete the Bottle Baby Foster Care Application below. A home visit is required after the application process.
  • Attend and complete the Bottle Babies 101 course. 
  • Must be able to provide feedings at least every four hours.

Bottle Babies 101 Course

After you complete your application, our Community Program Coordinators will contact you to set up a home visit and register you for our upcoming Bottle Babies 101 course. You will be contacted 48-72 hours after you submit your application.

In this course, you will learn all about caring for your kittens! This course includes teaching you how to properly feed, socialize, clean, care, and observe the kittens. Bottle baby foster parents are provided with a Bottle Baby Starter Kit, when they take a kitten or litter home. The kit includes:

  • Fleece blanket
  • Stuffed animal
  • Soft wipes for stimulating (teaching good potty habits)
  • Nursing bottle with nipples
  • Orphan kitten booklet
  • KMR Kitten Milk Replacer
  • Heating pad

Upcoming Dates:

Bottle Baby Class 101 Coming Soon...

To register, click on the photo at the top and complete the application 

Contact Information

Sierra Kurth & Chrissy Mattox

Community Program Coordinators



402-477-3270 or 402-441-4482