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Foster Care Needed for Homeless Cats

The Pet Project for Pets is teaming up with Abandoned Pet Rescue, Inc. and trying to find homes for wonderful homeless cats.  They helped in the rescue of thirty "feral" cats from 10th Life Sanctuary in Clewiston.  There are still approximately 150 cats to be rescued or given to a loving home.

Abandoned Pet Rescue, Inc. is one of the few groups in South Florida that assists in saving "feral" cats lives.  All cats are currently being housed at the Pet Project for Pets facility in Fort Lauderdale, however, they are in desperate need for anyone with a barn, acreage, or backyard willing to relocate one or two in order to give them a new home.  All of the cats have been spayed/neutered, vaccinated, microchipped and de-wormed.

Imagine our surprise when upon opening the first few cages Gracie, a declawed grey tabby came out to greet us and jumped on to our laps, as if knowing her life had been saved.  Please consider helping us with re-homing any of these cats so that they can save more lives.  Time is of the essence.

Please contact  954-728-9010    www.petprojectforpets.org

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