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Cat Depot cuts adoption fee for Napier Rescue survivors

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SARASOTA, FL - The plot is thickening and the census is growing over at Cat Depot as a judge has authorized the release for adoption of 33 cats taken in as rescues from the Napier Animal Sanctuary properties. They’re all checked out; cleaned up, vaccinated, and spayed or neutered in preparation for their new, fur-ever homes. Just take a look at a few of them featured in this video. Adorable! Four have already been adopted and the remaining 29 … having witnessed this … are now impatiently waiting for their new families to walk through the Depot door and come and get them!

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Meanwhile … as these rehabilitated cats go out the front door … kitten season has begun and the babies are pouring in the back door: current count in Cat Depot's foster care is 35 kittens and three pregnant cats. Phew! With an eye to getting the Depot’s numbers back in balance, “adoption fees have been lowered to $50.00 through April” says communications director Lynn Rasys, “Happy to be in free-roaming pods, the kitties have settled in quickly and are extremely playful and affectionate. Please stop by Cat Depot to share some love with these beautiful animals.”

Cat Depot is located at 2542 – 17th Street, Sarasota, FL 34234
Hours of operation are weekdays 11 a.m. – 7 p.m./weekends 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Phone 941.366.2404

Or visit them online to take a virtual tour, see photos of some of the cats currently available for adoption, make donations, and find information on volunteering.

These dear cats have been through so much... shouldn't it be their turn to be loved and cherished in a special home of their own?

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