HPAN’s Donation Seals the Deal in Saving 22 Local Cats

The animal shelter in Campbell County has a 98 percent euthanasia rate for cats.  The Friends of Campbell County Animals recently made a connection with Cat Adoption Team (C.A.T.), a non-profit organization based in northern Kentucky and southern Ohio, who agreed to take 19 cats from the Campbell County shelter and 3 from the Oak Ridge shelter.  They were short $485 of the needed $1870 to have the cats tested for disease, vaccinated, and altered. C.A.T. agreed to cover booster shots, etc. once the cats are with them.  We are so thrilled that we had the money to cover their remaining need!  All 22 cats were transported to C.A.T. December 13th will soon be with their forever families!  Success!!!

More can be learned about the Cat Adoption Team at www.catadoptionteam.net.


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Helping hurting, homeless and hungry animals in the Anderson County, TN area.

One response to “HPAN’s Donation Seals the Deal in Saving 22 Local Cats”

  1. Kristi says :

    These stories make me proud to be a member of this group. It is beyond awful to imagine a 98% kill rate for those poor cats at a nearby shelter! Makes my heart hurt but glad these babies will get a chance!

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