South Florida Rescue Closing, 80 Cats Need Homes by December 31

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A South Florida Rescue is closing. All cats must get adopted by the end of December 2012.

A local rescue has saved most, if not all, of their nearly 80 beautiful cats from Miami Dade Animal Services. They are closing the shelter, will no longer continue the rescue operation, and need the cats to be adopted, fostered or rescued before the end of December.

The cats are located in Hollywood, Florida.  Transport is available to approved adopters.

Please send email inquiries to  [email protected] .

These beautiful cats have been saved once, now they need to be saved again.

UPDATE DECEMBER 8: With only three weeks left in December, more than 60 of these beautiful cats and kittens still need homes. We heard from Adriana today that adoptions have stalled as time slips away. She is reaching out and says: If you can help, please contact [email protected].

There is an All Cats4ever Rescue Facebook page, where some of the cats can be seen and where some updates are being posted. It may be preferable to send email rather than posting on the page when making contact with the rescue, or, better yet, do both.

Undercats4Life  has helped by making this video and sharing photos of the cats, and is also working to get the cats to safety. They can be reached for this effort at [email protected].







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