Faithful to Felines (F2F) is a small, non-profit 501(c)(3) cat rescue located in Muskegon county, Michigan. Approximately three years ago, our shelter was able to purchase a remarkable building to house its rescue cats. This effectively made us more accessible to the public we serve, while also providing our cats with a stable temporary “home,” complete with an on-site surgical and health clinic.
Run entirely by volunteers, F2F has recently suffered a series of “cat-astrophes,” one after another. Repeated rains and heavy storms throughout the summer, particularly in the month of July, have left our volunteers scrambling from the wee hours of the night to the early hours of the morning, to keep the building dry. In one instance, the entire building was flooded with nearly 4 inches of water.
In other words, we need your help right meow!
Our roof is falling apart, and fast. It will not survive another rain storm, let alone through the winter. It will cost us $14,000 to have our 6,000 square foot roof resurfaced in the correct rubberized material.
Please, whatever donation you can make, whether it be big or small, will help us cover the funds we need to pay for this roof.
About Faithful to Felines
We are a 100% volunteer-run organization located at 2525 Hall Rd., in Muskegon, Michigan. We offer full transparency as to how our funds are spent, so you can give with confidence knowing that every dime you donate is going directly where it should.
Our beautiful shelter houses approximately 100 cats at any given time, and our shelter also provides care for additional cats and kittens in foster care. The building itself is amazing, so truly one-of-a-kind, that it is simply unrivaled in its set-up. In fact, our unique outdoor atrium, which allows our cats to have outdoor time while keeping them safe, was recently featured in Animal Sheltering, a national magazine by the Humane Society of the United States.
For more information, please visit our website at www.Faithful2Felines.com, or stop by our shelter during our regular, volunteer-run operating hours.
NOTE: Included is a photo from our recent clean-up, which flooded our shelter with 4 inches of water. These photos were taken in the late hours of the night, during clean-up. Several volunteers were at the shelter until 3 a.m. cleaning up the water.
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