BENEFITING: MONADNOCK KITTY RESCUE AND ADOPTION
Our last big Push for Kitty Rescue!
Kitty Rescue has turned their new building search to outside the Town of Jaffrey. After looking into existing structures that might be able to house their shelter within the town limits, nothing was found to be available or suitable for the rescue's relocation.
After finding out almost two years ago that the landlord wanted the rescue to move out of it's present location they are now actively searching many neighboring towns for something that might work. The location has to be zoned commercial, be about 3,000 sq. ft., preferably have town water/sewer, and a decent size lot for parking.
The rescue is now home to 84 cats and kittens, most of them considered by other rescued to be un-adoptable. The dedicated staff and volunteers at Kitty Rescue are committed to caring for all cats, for life, or until they are adopted. No cat in need is ever turned away from Kitty Rescue. "We encourage folks to bring strays into the shelter so that they can be spayed or neutered and receive medical care." said manager Heidi Bourgeois. "Once at the shelter they are assessed for adoptability and either placed up for adoption or become a resident in our feral sanctuary."
The shelter is limited as to the properties that they can look at due to a lack of funding in place at this time. They have managed to raise just over $120,000., which leaves them few options on the table. They will be applying for a loan of up to $100,000 which will still leave them few options and no cash to complete renovations on any of the buildings that they are presently viewing.