EMERGENCY: Beautiful long-haired tortoiseshell cat in
desperate need of a home! We have been contacted by an 88 year old gentleman who
lost his wife of 60 years in December. He can no longer live on his own and
therefore must give up his cat. Muffy is 13 years old, female and declawed.
The owner has been to two vets to have the cat euthanized but neither one would do
the procedure because the cat is in excellent health. Our shelter is not an option
as the cat would not do well here due to it's age and living in a home environment for so
long. We have one week to find Muffy a new home. PLEASE HELP!!! Call the
shelter at 352-589-6228 and ask for Lois.
I looked at all the caged animals in the shelter, the
cast-offs of human society.
I saw in their eyes love and hope, fear and dread, sadness and
betrayal. And I was angry.
"God." I said. "This is terrible! Why don't you
God was silent for a moment and then He spoke softly. "I
have done something." He replied. "I created you."
The CAT PROTECTION SOCIETY is a no-kill shelter that provides a safe place for
abandoned, homeless and stray cats in Lake County and the surrounding Central Florida
area. We provide this safe haven for these innocent and sweet cat victims until we
can find them the purrfect forever home through our adoption services. No cat is
ever euthanized due to lack of space or it being unadoptable.
CPS has also set up the Sheba
Fund. Using donations, CPS has been able to "adopt" cats and kittens from
the Lake County Animal Services that would otherwise be euthanized. We currently
provide a home for approximately 400 or more cats. We accept cats as space is
available. Regrettably, we cannot take personal pets since they do not mix
well with our existing adult population.
We adopt cats to permanent homes only, and all our cats are spayed
or neutered to prevent continued overpopulation. Young kittens leave with a
certificate so this procedure can be done safely when they are old enough.
Cats at the shelter are routinely vaccinated, wormed and
treated for fleas; and those more than three months old are tested for feline leukemia and feline AIDS. They all are handled lovingly and given
help with special needs. We place about 600 cats and kittens in new homes every year. We
know we have one or two who would add joy to your home. Come visit us!
Drawn by our friend Kylie Thompson
was turning 9 and Alexa was turning 6 years old. They wanted to have a party to
celebrate their birthdays but told their mother (Lisa) that they would prefer that their
friends bring donations for CPS rather than bring birthday gifts for them. They both
have always loved animals. How unselfish and kind is that?!!!
brought all the "gifts" they received to the shelter. Our kitties got
kitty litter, food, toys, cleaning supplies, etc. We had to get carts to bring it
all in!!! And then they stayed and played with the cats for quite a while. As
you can see, everyone had a great time.
you Larissa, Alexa, Lisa, and all your very generous friends! Please come back and