Cat Depot’s Emergency Response Team (CDERT) deployed to an undisclosed location in DeSoto County and rescued 26 cats

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CAT DEPOT EMERGENCY REPONSE TEAM DEPLOYS TO DESOTO COUNTY

26 cats rescued and transported to Cat Depot

 

Sarasota, Fla., – May 26, 2016 – Cat Depot’s Emergency Response Team (CDERT) deployed to an undisclosed location in DeSoto County and rescued 26 cats. All cats were tested and examined on site and transported to Cat Depot. The cats have potentially been exposed to a series of viral diseases and are in quarantine under medical care for a minimum of 30 days, and then retested. Some of the cats have parasites, fleas, and upper respiratory, with several cases of severe dental disease.

 

The public can help with supplies needed: newspapers, disposable aluminum roasting pans (16 1/8” x 11 ¾”), and CD’s with soothing music. Donations can be dropped off at the Cat Depot front desk seven days a week. Due to this unexpected increase in emergency cat care, volunteers are greatly needed to help clean the shelter every day at 8 a.m. Please contact Joe Landmichl if you are interested in helping at 941-366-2404, ext. 316.

 

Cash donations are also welcomed to provide emergency medical care, food and supplies. Donations can be made at www.catdepot.org.

 

“CDERT worked late into the night to process 43 cats in one day. We are grateful for everyone’s full cooperation to help the cats,” said Shelley Thayer, executive director, Cat Depot. “By working together, we are able change the destiny of these deserving animals. Cat Depot has lead rescue efforts in Charlotte, Manatee and Sarasota Counties, but this is our first rescue effort in DeSoto County. There is no humane society in DeSoto County, only Animal Services, who was very pleased that Cat Depot was willing to help.”

 

Cat Depot, a nonprofit, 501(c)3 no-kill, free-roaming facility, is recognized for its progressive design and commitment to helping homeless, abandoned and injured animals. Cat Depot’s mission is to save lives, find loving homes, and provide the resources and education to improve the destiny of homeless cats. Cat Depot supports more than 130 cats and kittens on any given day.

 

Open Monday through Friday 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., Saturday and Sunday 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Handicap accessible. Cat Depot is located at 2542 17th Street, Sarasota, Fla. 34234. For more information, go to www.catdepot.org, or call 941.366.2404.

 

Cat Depot’s Supply and Gift Store specializes in brand name cat food and litter, toys, calming products, cat supplies and unique gifts. Open 7 days a week. Gift certificates are available.

 

Cat Depot’s Rose Durham Cat Care Clinic offers affordable veterinary care to the public and is open six days a week Monday through Saturday. Please call (941) 366-CATS (2287) for an appointment. Revenue raised from the Rose Durham Cat Care Clinic will help fund Cat Depot’s mission to save the lives of homeless cats.

 

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