Wednesday, July 20, 2011

The Carrick Cats Still Need Help







Guest Blogger: Siri Espy, Animal Friends' Communications Team

Most of our friends followed the story of more than 60 cats rescued by Animal Friends from a home in Carrick that has since been condemned. Found in deplorable conditions, several of the cats did not survive, and many were in need of medical care. All were in need of a cleanup and a checkup.

Many of you came forward with financial support for our efforts, with costs totaling over $20,000, and we can’t thank you enough.

But now that the story is out of the headlines, we – and the cats we rescued – need your help again. Always full with a waiting list, Animal Friends is now bursting with cats in need of loving homes.Fortunately, the cats from the Carrick rescue – all given names beginning with W – are both people and cat-friendly, and will make great companions.

Despite their rough start, these cats are ready to go home and get a second chance at the care and attention they deserve.If you’ve been thinking of adopting, or have room for one more, now is the time to visit Animal Friends and bring home a new furry companion – or two.

Remember that when adopting two cats, the adoption donation for the second is waived. By adopting one cat, you’ll save two, making room for us to continue to shelter homeless cats, whether they come to us one at a time or by the dozens.

We’ll hope to see you soon!

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