Cat houses available to feral colony caretakers

 

DELAWARE – Feral and stray cats in Delaware will soon have somewhere warm to lay their heads and it’s all thanks to one organization.

Each year, Faithful Friends Animal Society makes cat houses to give to feral cat colony caretakers. They’re made out of plastic bins and then insulated with foam and other comfy materials to keep the cats inside safe and warm.

Jane Pierantozzi, the Executive Director of the organization, says cat colony caretakers do hard work and oftentimes spend their own money to take care of cats, so they always try to find ways to help them out when they can.

“It’s really important to us that we do everything we can to help good samaritans who are spending their own money, their own time, many do this before they feed themselves,” she said.

If you’re a caretaker of a cat colony in Delaware, you can contact the Faithful Friends Animal Society at 302-427-8514. Right now, they’re trying to raise money to make more of those houses so that they can put more in Sussex County. If you’re interested in sponsoring a house, it costs about $25, and you can call that same number.

 

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