South Shore Felines, an organization that cares for and controls the homeless cat population in the South Shore area of Tampa Bay, will hold its cat food drive “Feed the Tuna Chest” at Cadence Bank in Sun City Center, Fla., in celebration of National Feral Cat Day.
The cat food drive will start Tuesday, Oct.15, 2013, at 9 a.m. and end Friday, Oct 18, 2013, at 5 p.m. It will benefit low-income residents and community cat colonies. Pet lovers and supporters of South Shore Felines can drop off bags and cans of cat food at Cadence Bank, located at 4842 Sun City Center Blvd. in Sun City Center. For directions, click here.
As a nonprofit organization, South Shore Felines relies on donations and volunteer work in its endeavors to curb the cat overpopulation in the South Shore area and to provide homeless cats gathering in colonies with necessary care. Volunteers use the procedure of Trap-Neuter-Return to have the colony cats spayed or neutered, feed the cats, keep an eye on their well-being and try to find homes for adoptable older cats and young kittens.
For more information about South Shore Felines, go to its website at: http://www.southshorefelines.org/
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