As we come to the end of another stellar year, we need to really take note of our volunteers' accomplishments. The Miami Beach project is one such example. Where else in the country do you get such dedicated volunteers? In approximately seven months, over 800 kitties will find themselves
According to The Humane Society of the United States, nearly four million cats and dogs are put down in U.S. shelters each year. That means, during a 40-hour work week, one homeless pet is euthanized every two seconds. Often these animals are the offspring of cherished family pets, even purebreds.
Because of the year round warm weather and the number of un-sterilized homeless cats, South Florida has a huge cat over-population crisis. Because of this crisis, many of cats surrendered to the county shelter are euthanized due to lack of space and adopters. This project aims to pull healthy,
207 rescued kittens kittens were transported by Cat Network members to Last Chance Rescue in Maryland on three separate trips this spring (42 on 5/3, 90 on 5/10 and 75 on 6/18). This is in addition to the hundreds that have been transported in previous trips! They are being sent to fill a shortage