Hey everyone - it is Mindy. So I am kinda emotional today. I keep feeling sad, and then I will feel happy. I am happy because my friend, Big Boy, found his new home yesterday, after waiting 5 years. But then I am sad because I will miss him. But then I am happy again, because I start to feel hopeful that it will be mine and JoJo’s turn next. Three kitties, including my best friend in the world, Cheeks, have been adopted out of our special room in the past month, so maybe our turn will be next. I try so hard every weekend for someone to pick me, but they haven’t yet. But I am going to be positive and pray it will be my turn next. Then it will be JoJo’s turn.
Anyway, I have something else to discuss. The shelter is way low on white copy/printer paper. We have one pack left! Now I know what you are thinking: you want me to donate paper?? What about litter and food? Yea, we need that to, but Good Mews uses a ton of other things besides kitty related stuff. Our staff and volunteers go through a lot of paper! And if we have to buy it, then that takes away from the other stuff, like medicine and medical visits. So will you consider donating some paper? I heard you can find it at office supply stores, or you can check our Amazon Wish List in a few days because we are going to add it.
OK - so add this to your to-do list: 1) come and adopt me, 2) donate paper to Good Mews!
Mindy is a one-year old brown and white tabby girl. Click here if you are interested in adopting Mindy or another cat from Good Mews. Mindy’s adoption fee has already been paid by a generous donor.
Click here to see the cats that are currently available for adoption from Good Mews.
Click here to see an awesome video of the kitties in action at the Good Mews Shelter.
Good Mews is a cage-free, no-kill cat shelter offering an alternative to traditional animal shelters in the Metro Atlanta area. They provide a safe haven for homeless, abused, or abandoned cats until they can be placed in permanent, loving homes. Since 1988, Good Mews has placed over 7,000 cats in forever homes. The shelter receives no government support and relies solely on donations of time, services, goods and money from its many supporters and local businesses. Good Mews is home to approximately 100 residents on any given day – most of whom reside at the Shelter in Marietta, with some cats residing in foster homes.