Friday, September 2, 2016

Old Problems Need New Solutions

It’s not only that we are seriously failing at raising the funds to cover the inevitable costs of the basic necessities of the large number of shelter cats, like we’ve been doing over and over again every month for ages, but it’s also turned out we have to fix
(strengthen and renovate) the outdoor enclosure as soon as possible! The links of our chain link fence are way too wide to prevent kittens and tiny adult cats from escaping through the wire and the six bottle babies are exactly proving our point, now that they are big
enough to be released into the yard.

Over the last few days that they have been out of the house, they’ve already squeezed through the wire mesh a zillion times and instead of having fun in the yard, they spend their time walking on the top
wire mesh and screaming as loud as they can. Fortunately, they don’t dare to come down, at least for now (good for them) but their new pastime is not perfect either. Needless to say how worried we are about their safety, but it’s senseless to keep them locked
inside the house for another couple of years.

Please donate as much as you possibly can! Without your support we won’t be able to carry on for much longer and the shelter will sadly have to be shut down. After all of these years of
hard work, rescuing and caring, after all the tears and joy, failures and victories, the shelter cats will end up on the street again and will never get another chance. We’re heading towards disaster although we’re fighting to save them with all our might, but
we can’t do much on our own and we’re begging all of you to help us. If not now, then when?