San Francisco Woman Saves Thousands Of Kittens' Lives

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A woman from San Francisco has saved thousands of kittens’ lives. It's a labor of love and her passion to give these deserving little fur balls a second chance at life.

Her name is Toni Sestak, the founder of Tonis Kitty Rescue. She says she was just a normal volunteer at an animal shelter before someone asked her to foster a mother cat and her kittens.

It’s been 20 years since the day she became a fosterer and Toni has rescued and homed nearly 10,000 kittens. She's not paid in any currency for what she does other than cuteness. "I just love it," she said.

Toni Sestak has saved close to 10,000 kittens over the last 20 years in San Francisco area.

 It's a labor of love and her passion to give these deserving little fur balls a second chance at life.

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Toni started as a fosterer for an animal shelter. It went so well that she did it again and again.

Every day during kitten season, Toni goes to rescue kittens. Sometimes she takes in dozens in a day.

She takes care of them and make sure they all gets loving homes.

She's not paid in any currency for what she does other than cuteness. "I just love it," she said.

Another kitty that awaits his forever home at Tonis.

These little furballs just came in not too long ago. Already they are doing much better.

"Will you take us home?"

All these kitties will be up for adoption soon. You can help them find their loving homes at Tonis Kitty Rescue. Follow them on Facebook.

Photos courtesy of Josh Norem at The Furrtographer. Follow his work on Facebook.

Also seen on NBC Bay Area.

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