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Developer of ShiveringKittens iPhone game will donate $1 to ASPCA for every copy sold during March and April.

In the ShiveringKittens iPhone game players rescue kittens from freezing in the winter by arranging blocks. GiantCrayon Games

An iPhone app developer is donating to a nonprofit for each sale made, in what is believed to be a first.

Appropriately, the app is called ShiveringKittens and the charity is the ASPCA, which works to protect cruelty to animals.

For every sale of the $2.99 app during March and April the developer, GiantCrayon Games, will donate $1 to the ASPCA.

In the game, players arrange falling blocks to rescue animated kittens who are stuck in a Minnesota winter and win points. A video preview is on YouTube.

If only rescuing real kittens were that simple.

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