Have you found a stray kitten outside? To coincide with the start of kitten season, the ASPCA® (The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals®) announced the launch of a new online tool accessible on desktop and mobile devices to help the public choose the next steps to take if they find stray kittens outdoors. Newborn and young kittens, both among the most vulnerable animal populations, are often removed from their environment and unintentionally orphaned by well-meaning community members; but this might not always be the right course of action. For example, some stray kittens may appear to be alone, but the mother cat–who knows exactly what her new litter needs–may be hiding nearby or out getting food. Not all kittens require the same kind of assistance, and the public can now easily determine the appropriate lifesaving approach, tailored to the individual situation of each kitten, by answering a series of simple questions about how the animals were found and other observations. To learn more about the recommended actions to take when kittens are found, visit ASPCA.org/Found Kittens.