Larch Corrections Center helps rescued Kittens
Offenders at Larch Correction Center are bottle-feeding kittens that were rescued from abuse in Kittitas County.
The kittens' arrival is part of Larch's Cuddly Catz Program, a partnership between the minimum-security work camp and a Vancouver-based non profit organization. The program allow qualified offenders to care for unwanted cats and train them to be pets so they can be adopted in the community.
The kittens are three to four weeks old and are bottle fed by the offenders every three hours. The kittens will be cared for at the prison until they are adopted by new homes.