An t Call-Out for Foster Homes in Niagara for Rescued Cats

A Message from Niagara Action for Animals, an animal care and advocacy group in Niagara, Ontario

Posted February 20th, 2017 on Niagara At Large

Dear friends of Animals 

URGENT HELP NEEDED!

nafa-fsoterNAfA is currently in need of foster homes for a large scale rescue were are undertaking. We have found space for some in our foster network but are still in need of foster homes for four male cats.

If you could spare a room or space in your house for one or two of our kitties in need, please email: jamicoughler@gmail.com .

NAfA covers all expenses, including spay/neuter, vet expenses, supplies, and food. All we need is a loving temporary home where our rescues can stay until they find their forever home. We have a very short-term temporary option but would be looking to place these cats this weekend.

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 Niagara Action for Animals is a non-profit, all volunteer charity devoted to ending all forms of animal cruelty through education, direct action and legitimate protest.

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