For the Love of Cats announces weekly “Grab ‘N Go” Pet Food Pantry in East Naples.
The virus pandemic has put thousands of people out of work in Collier County. Food Pantries have been working overtime all over the county to help provide food for families and the need is probably going to get worse before it gets better. There are members of the family that are not being helped and that is their family pets. During times of human crisis, the silent victims are the pets. When people lose the ability to care for them, they are abandoned. There is nowhere for them to go. For the Love of Cats is determined to do everything possible to help families in need keep their precious furry family members by providing Dog and Cat food on Tuesdays from 2 PM to 4 PM, at East Naples Community Park, alongside Meals for Hope throughout the month of April and longer if necessary.
“We can’t stand by and see pets abandoned for lack of food. Our furry friends are too valuable and their love can be lifesaving. We have to help them stay with their families.” stated Jan Rich, the Founder.
For the Love of Cats is also providing cat and dog food to Our Daily Bread, the local food pantry on Marco Island, and helping Saving Grace Pet Food Bank in Naples.
For the Love of Cats is a 501c3 non-profit organization in Marco Island, FL that is dedicated to saving the lives of abandoned cats and kittens in the community. We are an animal welfare group operating through donations from the public since 2002. Our mission is to end the cruelty of pet overpopulation. Donated funds go towards our programs that include sterilizing community cats through TNR (Trap, Neuter, Return), assisting low-income families with emergency and wellness veterinary care and subsidize adoption fees for senior cats to senior citizens along with other support programs to help people keep their pets. For more information, please go to our website at www.fortheloveofcatsfl.com.