August 24, 2011 in News

SCRAPS almost out of cat food

 
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SCRAPS is overwhelmed with cats and is looking for people to adopt black cats and kittens.
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The Spokane County Regional Animal Protection Service needs help restocking its shelves.

The shelves in the food storage room are almost completely bare of cat and kitten food, according to a SCRAPS new release.

“We depend entirely on donations from the public of pet food and cat litter,” SCRAPS director Nancy Hill said in the news release. “Right now we only have a few bags of cat and kitten food left on our shelves and we are being inundated with cats.”

So far this year, SCRAPS has received nearly 2,000 cats and kittens, according to the news release. With an average of 60 cats at any one time, the cat food supplies dwindle rapidly.

To make a tax-deductible donation of cat food or a monetary donation, visit the shelter at 2521 N. Flora Road in Spokane Valley.


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