Caring About Today’s Strays-Cat Adoption Network — has received an urgent call about 20 cats that were left at a construction business in Longwood on Tuesday, Feb. 1. They are very friendly cats that were apparently thrown over a fence and abandoned.
The business owner was planning to send them to Seminole County Animal Control, but CATS CAN has agreed to take them and get them checked by veterinarians. But after that, foster families are desperately needed until the cats can be put up for adoption.
If you can provide foster care for one or more cats, call Phyllis Ayoob at 407-920-4894 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here’s what CATS CAN says about itself on its website:
Our mission is to provide for the humane care of homeless cats through rescue, adoptions and vet care and to educate our community about responsible pet ownership. We have been rescuing cats for 20 years and have adopted out over 7,000 cats and kittens. We are a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) organization operating a no-kill, private shelter in Geneva, in east Seminole County.