Yesterday I gave you the rundown on Super Cat Adoption Day, a pawesome event put on by the North Brunswick Humane Association to bring together local shelters in a virtual meow mall! (Read Super Cat Adoption Day Part 1: Kitty Litter Cake, Kittens & More HERE). In addition to the shelters and rescues I profiled yesterday, here are six more organizations and their featured felines, along with their greatest needs in addition to monetary donations.
Many of the shelters said that in addition to wet cat food, kitten supplies, litter, and foster homes, one of their greatest needs is volunteers. No matter where you live, if you consider taking even a few hours one Saturday a month to help out at an adoption event, it could really make a difference!
Featured Kitties: Piper (above) and Diego (below), who was described as "a little clown." Colleen also told me that he is "one cool cat" who reminds her of Garfield.
Needs: Volunteers, litter
Featured Kitty: Hansel is a six-year-old cat who is declawed and was left to fend for himself on the streets of Jersey City. He is very sweet, and has been in foster care for the past 3-4 months.
Needs: Millie tells me that what they needs most is volunteers to help socialize the cats. "I can buy them toys and food, but what they need most is human companionship."
Featured Kitty: Popo, a handsome 6-year-old black cat.
Needs: Volunteers! They need people willing to give up at least one Saturday a month to help with their adoption events.
Featured Kitty: Tiger Lily, a gorgeous polydactyl calico (above) and Penelope (below). Penelope was not at the event, but volunteer Kelly told me she would "cry" if she got adopted. She has lived in a cage her whole life, and has had trouble finding a home because she does not like other cats.
Needs: Kitten supplies (bottles, etc.), kitten food, non-clumping litter
Featured Kitty: Bill is an owner surrender who is 9-10 months old. He was napping when I stopped by, but I couldn't help but admire his stylish bandana! The sign on his cage said that he can't wait to come running when you get home, and then fall asleep in your lap!
Needs: Foster homes and volunteers
Although I was hoping to talk with my friends from MCSPCA, I can't say I was too disappointed to see this sign posted to their table! A purrfect sign to end a purrfect event that in total found homes for 50+ cats from a dozen shelters throughout the New Jersey area.