Help for Kettleman City Tesla Supercharger cats!

51421466_1600886130776574_r.jpeg51421466_1600886142386723_r.jpeg51421466_1600886154792869_r.jpegThere are over 60 homeless cats living in and around the Kettleman City Tesla Superchargers in Kettleman. There are adults as well as tiny kittens. Each female cat can have multiple litters of kittens per year, on average 4 -6 kittens per litter. The Kings County Animals Services organization is aware of this homeless colony, and is working to spay and neuter to prevent the population from growing even larger. The cost to spay and neuter each cat is $60; will you join me in making a difference? I'm raising money to benefit Friends of Kings County Animal Services, specifically these Kettleman supercharger cats, and any donation will help make an impact. Thanks in advance for your contribution to this cause that means so much to me.

More information about Friends of Kings County Animal Services: Friends of KCAS(Kings County Animal Services) is a 501c3 nonprofit attached to the shelter. The mission is to raise funds to provided medical care and transport fees to help save as many lives as possible. All donations are tax deductible.


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    • $40 
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    • $30 
    • 8 d
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    • $20 
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    • $20 
    • 14 d
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    • $40 
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Mandy Kate 
Hanford, CA
Friends of Kings County Animal Services 
Registered nonprofit
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