Friday, April 15, 2016

The Cats of Project Hope #BtC4A


Have you ever stopped to wonder why one cat will come into the shelter and get adopted within days, while others get passed by for months or even longer? From what I can tell by Mudpie's adoption paperwork she was in a western New York shelter for 6 months before being transferred here to Vermont!

Every cat deserves a second chance, a place to call home and someone to love them, so Franklin County Animal Rescue of St Albans, Vermont (Tara and Truffles' alma mater) has instituted a No Fee Adoption program (regular application process applies) called Project Hope to help their adoptable animals who have been waiting far too long for their forever homes.

Many wonderful cats have already been adopted thanks to Project Hope. These are the sweet babies who are still waiting...


Information on these cats and many others can be found here.

Even if adopting isn't a possibility, donations are greatly appreciated to help offset the cost of caring for these beautiful cats, patiently waiting for their forever homes.

The kitties thank you!





17 comments:

Anonymous said...

These cats are beautiful and I hope they find their forever homes soon!

Roby Sweet said...

Here's to helping the overlooked! Because no cat deserves to be discarded.

The Menagerie Mom said...

What a beautiful project this is! No kitty should have to go without a loving forever home, so this is so truly wonderful. Thank you so much for sharing this, Melissa and Mudpie! Purrs!

Anonymous said...

May they all find the love they deserve!

Hannah and Lucy said...

We are purring hard for those lovely cats will soon have their forever homes.

Three Chatty Cats said...

That's wonderful that they've started this program. I hope it helps move lots of kitties into their forever homes!

Random Felines said...

mom says that for as long as she has been in rescue, she still can't understand why some cats get adopted quickly and others just don't. thanks for putting the spotlight on these kitties

Robin Mudge said...

This sounds like a pawsome project! I'm glad to see that so many kitties are being helped. It sounds like Mudpie was always meant to be a part of your family. :)
-Purrs from your friends at www.PlayfulKitty.net

Anonymous said...

If only they could all find loving, forever homes.

da tabbies o trout towne said...

mudpie....we troo lee hope de next time yur mom visitz tara & truffles alma mater; her finds each N everee one oh theeze total lee awesum kittehz... haz finded ther for evers...forever ♥♥♥♥

heerz two a tiger shovelnose catfish kinda week oh end ♥♥♥

ANGEL ABBYGRACE said...

That is a really good idea. WE hope all of those babies find their forever homes very very soon.

Lola The Rescued Cat said...

Thanks for sharing these beautiful kitties. Paws crossed for all of them to find forever homes.

Anonymous said...

Dat is sooooo pawsum. We's purrayin' they all get homes.

Luv ya'

Dezi

The Island Cats said...

Project Hope sounds like a great program. We purr lots of kitties that have been waiting too long find their homes because of it.

Tails from the Foster Kittens said...

it is sad how many cats have been waiting for long periods of time. There is a cat in my local shelter that has been waiting for a year. Other shelters have cats that have been waiting multiple years. it is heartbreaking

pilch92 15andmeowing said...

I pray they all get forever homes soon.

Kitties Blue said...

Mom says she never understands why some cats have to wait so long. Even if they act shy in the shelter, they'll usually come out of their shell when they are given the opportunity. We'll be praying for these kitties and all the others waiting in shelters for their forever homes. XOCK, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo