Regular Hero: Finding Much-Needed Jobs For Kittens
You might think your cat has a Simple life – just lounging around all day Long and playing with toys.What You Will Need To Know
However, some kitties are working for a living – in stores and farms throughout the country.
Our newest casual Hero is working to assist our budding buddies find these much needed jobs.
Chelsea Edmonds’ First Ladies Farm and Sanctuary at Riverview is a community encouraged non-profit rescue.
Saving lots of species, the accent is on cats and kittens.
“If you think of a program you very rarely, while it is a government program or even a private something you’re doing in your home, you very rarely get it right the first time, also I think TNVR is kind of that thing,” Edmonds said.
So instead of releasing cats back to the community where frequently they aren’t welcome, Chelsea and volunteers travel the country delivering two cats in a time to warehouses, farms, feed stores, seed companies and the like in which they control both the mice and other rodent inhabitants.
“Mice and rats not only bring in disease such as hantavirus, but they also draw in snakes, fish or not, or merely frightening – danger noodles,” she said.
Other services incorporate a program named Senior Cats for Senior Laps fitting adorable older cats with seniors with the promise that if the senior must come to life end the cat will always be cared for.
“There is lots of seniors that are accountable and they don’t need to carry this kitty on only to understand no one’s going to appreciate it once they are gone,” Edmonds said.
The farm’s website lists many ways people are able to help financially volunteer and support and cats for adoption.