Donna K’ s cat tales: TNR volunteers, food donations always needed, appreciated

First, as always, I’d like to thank all the folks that donate cat food, money, and supplies to help the cats and kittens in the San Luis Valley to help them survive the freezing temperatures. As we all know cats don’t store food or build dwellings. They depend on caregivers to supply their needs. Our mission is to keep them well fed, warm, healthy, and spayed or neutered.

Lisa and her helpers with Colorado Animal Welfare League SNOWmobile are coming to the Valley later this month. She called to tell me that she already had about 400 animals for the TNR (trap, neuter and release) in the short time that she is here.

They can always use volunteers to help so call me if you’re available and I’ll give you more details.

The need is great to have more TNR crews come into the Valley. Meanwhile Doctor Deal in Monte Vista still has a grant to help people financially. For more information or to make an appointment call Carla at 719-852-5504.

If you would like to adopt a grown cat free of charge call me. It would be spayed or neutered, have it shots and in need of a good loving home (no barn cats or mousers.) I have a large male which I would love to give to you. He was dumped at my house in the country. He is very tame and litter box trained.

Our cat food funds are extremely low and any help you could give us would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you, and may God bless you.

Donna K, manager for Cat Welfare, Alpha Humane Org. (a nonprofit tax exempt), 589-5952 or 580-9078.


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