Cat Depot Finds Homes for Over 90 Cats This Past Month

Coconut Telegraph

On March 15, Cat Depot  began limited operations and adoptions by appointment only and over 90 cats still found their way into loving homes in that one month alone thanks to your help and support. The Cat Depot community food bank took place last weekend as scheduled with some modified logistics — the individuals who rely on this service during “normal” times, really need it now.  With respect to the new Stay-At-Home Order issued by Governor DeSantis yesterday, Cat Depot will be hitting the pause button on in-person activities starting this evening. They will be placing the remaining shelter kitties into foster homes in order to be respectful of the new guidelines which are in place to help ensure everyone’s health and safety. 

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