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Volunteers working for animals with Kinship, Inc. and the SPCA-Eastern Shore are looking for shelters that can partner with them to save the lives of cats on Virginia's "Eastern Shore" (the peninsula that separates the Chesapeake Bay from the Atlantic Ocean). The two-county area is poor, rural, and overrun with cats.

Animal Control kills 85% of the cats they catch. There are few adoptions and very few available homes. Volunteers are mounting a low-cost spay/neuter program to strike at the root of the problem. In the meantime, however, they hope to develop adoption/pet transfer partnerships with humane organizations in urban and suburban areas where cats are appreciated. The group is willing to shoulder as much of the transport and vet costs as they possibly can.

They are seeking helpers along the Eastern Seaboard between the Washington DC metro area and Connecticut. They need no-kill organizations to accept the cats into their programs, foster homes, and volunteers to help with transport. If you or anyone you know can help, please contact:

Jim Mason

(757) 442-9297

Thank you for everything you do to help homeless animals!