The shelter accepted donations of kitten food and formula as well as baby blankets and heating pads. The kitten shower was also an opportunity to train foster families on the ins and outs of caring for newborns.
Fostering kittens isn't all fluff and cuddles. Newborns require round the clock feedings, and young cats have a ton of energy, so they need constant supervision and care.
Whether or not your local humane society hosts a kitten shower, it would probably love any supplies or time you can donate - PetSmart Charities estimates 20 million kittens will be born this spring, and shelters need all the help they can get.