Cat Depot's staff works diligently to rescue abandoned, abused, injured and relinquished cats and kittens. Once the rescued felines are out of danger and medically cleared by a veterinarian, we find safe and loving homes for these animals.

Cat Depot Helps with Charlotte County Hoarding Case

Cat Depot, along with other local animal organizations, is currently assisting with a hoarding case involving 60 cats in Charlotte County. Cat Depot has taken in 13 of the cats and they are being cared for in an on-site temporary emergency shelter area. 

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Volunteers needed to help with cats rescued from Charlotte County hoarding situation

Volunteers Needed

Volunteers are urgently needed to help with cleaning and feeding in the morning and evening for two weeks while the cats receive medical care and can be cleared for adoption.
Volunteer Shifts
    7:30 a.m. - weekdays and weekends
    5:00 p.m. - on weekdays
    3:00 p.m. - on weekends
Please call Andee at (941) 366-2404, ext. 307, if you can donate a few hours of your time and give some tender loving care to these cats who deserve a second chance.
Thank you for opening your hearts.
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