Shelters all across the country are in need of supplies such as canned cat food and kitty litter to help care for all the kittens who get turned in to shelters every Spring. This shelter in Myrtle Beach, SC is making a plea to the community for assistance:
The Grand Strand Humane Society in Myrtle Beach needs your help.
The shelter is asking for donations of cat food, kitten food, canned cat food and cat litter.
The humane society’s executive director, Sandy Brown, says the shelter is caring for over 100 cats and kittens and every cage is full.
Your local shelter is probably in similar need. Remember that your local shelter relies on you for support. They likely receive little or no financial support from the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) – even if your local shelter is named “Humane Society”. The HSUS does not run any animal shelters, anywhere although they do offer to take their money (to the tune of a $4000 – $20,000 “consulting fee”) if your local shelter needs “help”.
Shelters in the Baltimore, MD area are teaming up in an effort to get 500 cats/kittens into homes this month by waiving adoption fees. See more info here.