Meow-a-thon helps find home for cats rescued from animal hoarder
More than one dozen cats and kittens are looking for homes with help from Grateful Rescue & Sanctuary after being rescued from living in the back of a hot pickup truck.
Pamela Terhune, founder and president of Grateful Rescue & Sanctuary, is calling the effort to find the cats rescued from the hoarding situation loving homes, a “Meow-a-thon.”
Terhune says they are all sweet, cuddly, healthy, vaccinated, fixed and chipped. All that’s needed now is for a loving person to adopt them for a donation with no set price.
All money raised from the “Meow-a-thon” goes to Jeff, the man who rescued them, and the care of the cats.