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Love Me Tender Gala
Saturday, February 14, 2015
Sarasota Hyatt Regency
Backyard Sterilization Program
Cat Depot is pleased to announce it is the recipient of $25,000 from the Florida Animal Friend spay/neuter license plate grant. Funding will provide free spay/neuter for personal cats as part of Cat Depot’s Backyard Sterilization Program which covers zip codes 34234 and 34237. Recipients must meet government low income guidelines. Each spay/neuter will include a Rabies vaccine, flea treatment and microchip with a free lifetime registration.
To schedule an appointment, please call (941) 366-2404, extension 320, or email [email protected].
The targeted zip codes in Cat Depot’s own backyard are the second highest areas for impounds in Sarasota County. Unsterilized community and free-roaming cats are the greatest source of cat overpopulation. Spaying or neutering this group of cats will impact unwanted kittens and move us one step closer to resolving our overpopulation problem.
Qualifying residents will also be able to receive food from Cat Depot’s Community Food Bank and needed supplies for their cats.
Long-Term Resident Finds Her Forever Home
Operation Adopt Me – the story of Dottie
Prior to coming to Cat Depot, Dottie spent two years in another shelter. She came to Cat Depot when she was three years old. That was over two years ago. That means that the diminutive five year old with the trademark black dot on her nose spent the majority of her life inside the walls of animal shelters.
In April of this year, Dottie began her crusade to find a loving home. For 18 weeks she told her story and entertained her followers with her attempts to get noticed. It was a long journey filled with new hobbies, “bug” hunting, modeling, supervising, 911 phone call attempts and a new pen pal. Dottie even challenged her readers to either adopt her, or donate to Cat Depot in her D.A.M.N. (Dottie’s Adopt Me Now) Campaign.
Last week, Dottie’s dream finally came true; her forever parents came to take her home. Her mom and dad adopted another Cat Depot kitty a few years ago, and they also have one other cat. Dottie left Cat Depot to much fanfare and headed off with her family to meet her new brothers.
Lil’ Bub’s Big Fund Will Help Provide a Forever Home
Kirk is a loving 15-year-old diabetic kitty. Thanks to a generous grant from the ASPCA, Kirk has a chance to live out his golden years in a loving forever home.
Kirk’s condition requires daily insulin and a special diet that must be strictly adhered to. With the grant money, we will provide Kirk’s adoptive or foster family a year’s supply of insulin and his special diet food. With a consistent feeding and medication schedule in a stable home environment, Kirk can thrive in his forever home for many years.
If you want to help Kirk and can foster or adopt, please call 941-366-2404.
Eat Well. Do Good.
17th Annual Columbia Restaurant
During the entire month of September, let your appetite do the giving while you support Cat Depot!
When you eat lunch or dinner at the Columbia Restaurant on St. Armands Circle, Sarasota, select Cat Depot on the ballot you receive from your waiter and 5% of your check will be donated to help the kitties.
Show your support and join the Cat Depot staff and volunteers at the Columbia on Thursday, September 18 at 6:00 p.m.
The Countdown Begins! Only Six More Weeks
Shop, Save and Make a Difference!
Are you anxiously waiting for the new University Town Center Mall to open on October 16? You can enjoy a sneak preview of Macy’s before the new mall opens on Saturday, October 11 at the special Macy’s Charity Shopping Day from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Purchase a $5.00 Macy’s Charity Shopping Pass at Cat Depot, and you will enjoy:
– A chance to win a $500 Macy’s gift card
– $10 off on any purchase of $25 or more.
– 20% off All Day Pass
– Special savings offers valid only at Macy’s University Town Center and only available with the Charity Shopping Pass
100% of your $5.00 donation benefits Cat Depot, and the charity who sells the most Shopping Passes is eligible to win an additional $1,000.
First PawPurr’s Walk – Registration Now Open
First PawPurr’s Walk benefiting Cat Depot
Sunday, December 7, 2014
Payne Park, Sarasota
11 a.m. to 12 noon
Walk your dog, or walk with friends, to raise money for homeless, abandoned and injured cats and kittens.
Walk Registration Now Open! $20 per person (includes t-shirt and goodie bag). Register today!
Thank you to our Paw Sponsors:
Bayside Pet Resort and Spa
Nancy Colby, Pet Portrait Artist
Christopher Pfeffer, MGA Insurance
T & N Accessory Connection
The Beaded Soul
Val Vance, Miche
Sponsorships are available from as low as $100! Don’t miss this incredible opportunity to showcase your business or product at Payne Park.
4th Annual Jingle Paws Jubilee
Shop. Adopt. Be Merry!
Noon to 5 p.m.
* Adoption Event – 25 animal organizations bringing together dogs, puppies, cats and kittens for the holidays
* Shopping Extravaganza – over 60 vendors
* Fun Activities – food, games, prizes, raffle
All proceeds from the Jingle Paws Jubilee raffle are donated to local animal groups in attendance.
Dedicated to saving lives, 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.
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