32 cats were saved from the unthinkable and are getting ready to begin their good, new lives after being rescued on Sunday.
Cat Depot, of Sarasota, Florida, deployed their Emergency Response Team on Sunday, November 16, to rescue 32 cats left in an abandoned home in Bradenton. The cats are receiving medical care and shelter at an emergency shelter area in Cat Depot’s Education & Activity Center.
As is always the case when one of more local organizations take on a mass rescue, there is a need for extra help from local shelter volunteers and a need for donations to provide spay/neuter, medical care, food and more for the rescued cats.
Cat Depot operates a no-kill, free roaming shelter, and is always there for their area’s cats. You can follow all of Cat Depot’s news and activities at Facebook.
This raw video footage shows the rescued cats in their temporary quarters: