A Call For Help For Rescued Cats
A week and a half later, hundreds of cats seized from an overcrowded sanctuary are just a memory to some.
But they still need help.
Rescue workers are putting out a new call for help. They need a second wave of volunteers and donations to help care for the nearly 700 cats seized from the Haven Acres Cat Sanctuary in High Springs on June 7th.
Physical examinations have been completed on all the cats. Those who survived this long now have a clean bill of health.
For more information, contact Hilary Hynes at (352) 264-6881 or heh@AlachuaCounty.US
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