New Port Richey Fl. Dedicated to the goal of no more homeless cats in Pasco County, Little Cats Rescue has been in the business of saving cats for ten years. The 501 (c) 3 rescue is a sanctuary for cat's that have been abandoned and left homeless, wandering the streets of the city of New Port Richey with little hope of surviving in this cruel world. Little Cats Rescue gives them a safe haven and mends them back to health so they can become part of a loving family. Stasia and Sofia ( pictured here ) are little survivors. On separate incidents both were thrown from cars on a busy highway. Luckily for them they both survived and were brought too Little Cat's Rescue for a second chance at life. Both are available for adoption. Friendly and playful they seem to know something bonds them and hopefully can be adopted together. Another cat at the sanctuary is Mufusa , a warm and friendly guy, about three years old who needs a quiet place to take his kitty naps. You can visit the web site www.thelittlecatsrescue.org and look at all the wonderful beautiful cats that need homes. You can fill out an adoption application on line, call or email for appointment. Contact info : 727-359-9629 email firstname.lastname@example.org . The rescue is in desperate need of volunteers and donations to continue their amazing work saving these precious animals. You can donate via pay pal http://bit.ly/V43r39 or mail a check too The Little Cat's Rescue P.O Box 1559 Elfers Fl. 34680 . Educating the public is key to decrease the number of homeless pets in shelters and rescues. Little Cats Rescue is dedicated to this cause and continues to be an important part of the community with a mission to decrease the homeless numbers. Please spay and neuter your pet. Many low cost spay and neuter programs are available in Pasco County and most area's where you live. Volunteer and donate so this mission can continue. Any donations will be greatly appreciated.
September 11, 2013