Community Outreach Is Great News for Homeless Cats in Milton

Safe Haven partners with Milton CatSnippers to raise volunteers for TNR, transport and fostering

Safe Haven partners with Milton CatSnippers to raise volunteers for TNR, transport and fostering

In another great example of community outreach and Sussex County animal rescue organizations working together, Safe Haven Animal Sanctuary has just put out a call to its large base of volunteers to assist Milton CatSnippers in their work to help homeless cats:

Milton CatSnippers Welcomes Help
Help a kitty find its way home!

While Safe Haven Animal Sanctuary awaits permission for site-clearing, you can help a homeless animal today if you live in the Milton area. Milton CatSnippers welcomes your help with trapping and/or transporting kitties. Have room in your heart for foster-caretaking? They'd love to hear from you!

If you can help in Milton, please contact Donna Gordon at donna@mil toncatsnippers.org. You could make a difference for a grateful feline friend.

(Photo from YakimaValleyPetRescue)
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