FROM THE HOME FRONT
TALES OF THE SAFE HAVEN KITTIES
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, volunteers and staff have been requested to stay at home. Some can perform necessary work remotely, but our kitties need to be cared for, and remote access just doesn’t work for them! Fortunately, we have a small core group who is able to fulfill the needs of the kitties, and for this we are very grateful.
We have heard from many volunteers who miss being able to visit our feline residents. Fortunately, we have a couple of older kittens who have a cats-eye view of the adult cat rooms from their enclosed catio on the upper floor of Safe Haven. To provide our volunteers and supporters with their “kitty fixes”, Franklin (far left) and Flicka have graciously offered to be our cat reporters and send out weekly updates on life at Safe Haven.
In early May, Franklin and Flicka were adopted! Before they left the shelter for their furrever home, they passed the “From the Home Front” baton to Merry, one of our official office cats. Merry was very pleased to be selected to carry on the Home Front weekly report. As an office cat, she has access to a large enclosed deck adjacent to the office area, with a purrfect view of the adult catios on the lower level. And because she is a tortie, Merry has the confidence necessary to succeed in her new role at the shelter.
Here is the collection of “Tales of the Safe Haven Kitties.” We hope you enjoy them!
|Slide Show of the Week
Featuring Miss Pepper
starring in “Don’t Steal My Food”
For the safety of everyone, face masks should be worn in all public locations. Face masks sewn by PFOA’s devoted potholder team are available now. For your minimum suggested donation of $20.00, you receive one mask and one additional mask is donated to a person in need. Your donation benefits our kitties and community – two worthy causes.
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