By Deb Young
An estimated 37 million households include at least one cat -is yours one of them?
Since June has been set aside as “Adopt a cat” month, this is an ideal time for folks who adore felines to consider opening their hearts and homes and take in a kitty or two, showering them with the love and
affection they so deeply deserve.
Cat adoption not only improves the lives of cats, but also can improve the lives of new owners, providing a faithful & lifelong companion.
Many local shelters have a wide variety of adorable kittens and older cats that can win the heart of anyone who is passionate about them.
Finding loving homes is a challenge in any season, and never more so during the spring and summer. We salute shelters and rescue groups for your tireless efforts on behalf of all cats and kittens.
“There are few things in life more heartwarming than to be welcomed home by a cat “~ Tay Hohoff
For more information on available cats & kittens for adoption, please contact your local shelter or rescue. You can also contact me – Deb @ Autocats2010@yahoo.com
Your FUREVER friend is waiting for you.
A letter to ICT ….
Ms. Tirella –
Your tale of tails was very well written [see my blog post below]. It brought me to tears.
Spay Worcester, a new non-profit organization, has been rounding up and spaying feral cats in various parts for a few years now. Many of them have similar sad tales.
My wife, a professional pet-sitter in Worcester, has helped Spay Worcester and has organized food contributions for local colonies.
It is unfortunate that cat-colonies happen, exist, and desist. Luckily their are people (like the protagonist of your story [Rose]) who care for these colonies. It is a heart-breaking but rewarding task.
Please add to the article a thank you for Spay Worcester and all the folks who help feral cat colonies.