Too Cute Kitten Rescue has already saved 1,000 of them

Too Cute Kitten Rescue founder and Director Lisa Keck herded a small group of her young wards to pose for this snapshot Saturday morning. PHOTO TOM BODUS

BRAWLEY — Lisa Keck didn’t own her first cat until about five years ago, and now she’s saved roughly 1,000 of them, mostly since 2018.

Keck is the founder and director of Too Cute Kitten Rescue, a local non-profit that focuses exclusively on cats and, particularly, kittens.

Too Cute Kitten Rescue has already saved 1,000 of them

Two recently arrived litters have settled in at Too Cute Kitten Rescue in Brawley until they’re old enough to be adopted. PHOTO TOM BODUS

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