The Shelter is run by volunteers, no one is paid to take care of these animals and survives on public donation only. The facility moved from a very small building in 2008 to its current location on Malvern Avenue. This allowed the organization to provide more space and better care for the cats.
September of 2015 will find these 150 cats without a home. The wheels of commerce have moved forward, and the leasing company has an opportunity to rent space at premium pricing as a Walmart Grocery will soon be neighbor to the remaining units.
We are desperately trying to find an alternate location for our babies. We would love to be able to provide a permanent location to operate from and will consider land donations, building donations (in and around the Hot Springs area) and monetary donations.
We are looking at raising a minimum of $100, 000.
Please donate here or contact [phone redacted] or email [email redacted] if you can help in any way.
We have served this community and its cats for over 14 years and we are asking the community for help in this desperate time, otherwise we do not know the outcome for our current feline residents.
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