OUR SITUATION IS BECOMING DESPERATE
Please, everyone, we need our community's help. Network and think about the possibilities and contact us with any ideas or leads. We need to be out by Sept. 28th!
Our current abode is going to be fumigated. Our fencing will have to be pulled away from the house, and our sanctuary cats will need safe refuge during the toxic tenting and repairs.
We have a couple irons in the fire, but have not secured a place for the cats yet, and Kathy would love a place to stay where she could keep a couple of her special needs cats with her.
Planned Feralhood must find a place to hold around 30 cats for two to three weeks, give or take a few days, by September 28th. A portion of a barn, perhaps some stalls that could be fenced in would be good. We could kennel the cats individually, and/or let them have the room to roam inside the temporary enclosure. An outbuilding, garage, or fenced area that we could cat escape-proof are other possibilities. We would install, then remove any fencing materials; and do a complete clean up when we move back to our own digs.
Another possibility would be individuals who could take one or more cats. We could set up in kennels if necessary, and could come daily to clean up, feed, and care for them. Some of our cats are very friendly and have good manners. A spare bathroom would be a great place to house our elderly, special care cats.
We could use help moving the cats and their supplies - large vehicles, pickup trucks or jeeps, etc., and manpower to carry everything down then back up 42 steps. Volunteers would be very appreciated.
If anyone can offer us a place, please contact Kathy at (415)663-8497, or firstname.lastname@example.org. We also have some special needs cats that would do better in a foster care situation if you can help with that.
Donations can be mailed to Planned Feralhood, PO Box 502, Point Reyes Station, CA 94956