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Rescue Team

Cat Depot's staff works diligently to rescue abandoned, abused, injured and relinquished cats and kittens and carefully find loving homes for these animals.

Cat Depot has partnered with the ASPCA, SPCA, Maddie's Foundation, American Humane and local humane organizations in Manatee, Sarasota and greater Florida to provide emergency medical relief for cats. 

Cat Depot staff and volunteers have trained with FEMA approved Florida State Animal Response Coalition and assisted with hoarding rescues involving over 1,000 cats including assisting with the placement of cats from Gainesville, Bradenton, Longboat Key, Anna Maria Island, Port St Lucie, Sarasota and Venice.

An Emergency Disaster Plan is now in place for Cat Depot cats.


Donate to Cat Depot's Emergency Response Team (CDERT) Fund
to ensure that Cat Depot is there when animals need us the most.

Puppy Rescued in ASPCA Dog Fighting Raid

Cat Depot Assists ASPCA in Aiding Dogs Rescued in Raid

September 2013 - Deployed at the request of the ASPCA®, CDERT helped care for hundreds of dogs rescued in the second largest dog fighting bust in United States history.

CDERT Unloads Supplies at ASCPA Dog Fighting Raid

Multi-State, Federal Dog Fighting Raid

September 2013 - CDERT delivered donated items to the rescue workers who were assisting in the raid. 

 

CDERT Deploys in December 20132nd Largest Dog Fighting Raid in US History

December 2013 - CDERT again deployed to assist the ASPCA in caring for the dogs rescued in multi-state dog fighting raid. 

 

Tornado-ravaged Joplin, Missouri Rescue 

June, 2011 - In a response for help by the ASPCA, the Cat Depot Emergency Response Team (CDERT) deployed to Joplin, Missouri, to assist with the care and reunification of cats and dogs.

Joplin, Missouri, Temporary Shelter

June, 2011 - On the ground in Joplin, Missouri, CDERT members Tim Weeks and Greg Geweye care for 400 cats. 

Cat Depot Responds In Partnership with ASPCA 

June, 2011 - The trained CDERT members assist ASPCA and other animal organizations in the aftermath of the Joplin, Missouri, tornado. 

 

 

 

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