Monday Meowsie News…More On Helping Rescue Cats
Hiya Furriends!! Savannah here!
As some of you may know, I was accepted months ago as a full member of the Twitter Whiskas Liberation Front (#WLF), with all rights and privileges. We have a code of conduct and my post today is in keeping with a part of that code:
“The WLF will use social media channels to oppose any injustice anywhere in the world whatever species those affected might belong to”
I am not opposing an injustice today, but I am asking all of you to help me make right an awful wrong committed against hundreds of my feline brethren…
I have something very impawtant to tell you about…and I ask that any of you who are willing to…PLEASE REBLOG THIS INFORMATION.
We anipal bloggers have an opportunity to help hundreds of cats who are survivors of the trauma known as the CABOODLE RANCH SANCTUARY.
It was NO SANCTUARY at all…but it was a living nightmare for hundreds of cats and kittens. They have been saved by the efforts of so many, and that rescue was led by the ASPCA. The cats and kittens have been receiving medical care and socialization behavior modification.
They are now READY FOR ADOPTION INTO FURREVER HOMES!!! APAWS!! APAWS!!!
June Buggie, from Rumpy Dog, in one of his June Buggie Speaks Outposts, has recently talked about the cats needing adoption after being saved by the ASPCA from the infamous Caboodle Ranch mess. You can click here to visit Rumpy’s post.
I agreed with an ASPCA spokesperson to make a special post about their upcoming event in Florida…this event is an all out effort to get hundreds of these feline survivors adopted into their furrever homes. There is more information at this site, ASPCA Caboodle Ranch Rescue, and for additional photos, click here.
June Buggie stated:
“There are hundreds of cats to choose from. Some of these cats have special needs, including barn cats and those that are FIV+ or have feline leukemia.
So if you live nearby, come to the ASPCA Temporary Shelter at 2580 West 1st Street in Jacksonville, FL 32254 Saturday and Sunday between the hours of 10 AM and 5 PM. Bring a government-issued photo ID (driver’s license, passport, non-driver ID, etc.) proof of address, and a pet carrier.
These adoptions will be fee-waived. In addition, all of the cats that are available for adoption will be micro-chipped and spayed/neutered.
And if you’re in the Sarasota or Tampa Bay areas, you can also adopt a former resident of Caboodle Ranch. Smaller, separate adoption events for the Caboodle Ranch cats will also be held that same weekend in Sarasota (hosted by Cat Depot) and in the Tampa Bay area (hosted by the Humane Society of Pinellas in cooperation with SPCA Tampa Bay).”
I hope you will all think about ways you might be able to help get this event publicized through your own social networks…especially if you have any in the Florida or South East area.
Thank you so much for visiting me today. I have a really cool post in the draft stages for tomorrow. If you all like it, I will make it a regular event once every month…and I will also ask all of you to think about pawticipation..
HOPE I HAVE YOUR ATTENTION NOW FOR TOMORROW!!
Paw pats, Savannah
PEE ESS…I am VERY behind in visiting. We are gonna work real hard this week to catch up. Mom has been runnin’ around tryin’ to help Dad find us a new home to live in. We are givin’ our house back to the bankersters…it has been a long year, but we are almost done with all the hard stuff. We are fine, don’t fret on our account. There are so many other peeps and cats and dogs out there who have way bigger struggles than ours. But, we have fallen behind in our visits to all of you and we worry that we will start to lose you. More Paw Pats, Savannah