Maxfund helps 40-plus cats and kittens
No-Kill Denver Shelter Provides Saves For More Than 40 Kittens
TheDenverChannel.com, Colorado - August 10, 2006
Maxfund Takes Felines From Overcrowded Shelter
DENVER -- More than 40 kittens and cats from Wyoming have been saved by the Maxfund, a Denver no-kill animal shelter.
The cats and kittens arrived at Maxfund late Thursday afternoon from a Cheyenne shelter that was faced with a serious overcrowding issue. Rather than euthanize the cats and kittens, Maxfund stepped in to help. Now, the kitten and cats need homes of their own.
The kittens range in ages from 10 days old to 6 months old. The infant kittens are still being fed by their mothers.
In a plea to their volunteers, Maxfund was able to find more than 20 foster families willing to look after the kittens until they are adopted.
The kittens are now available for adoption.
Maxfund said for a limited time, it is reducing its cat adoption fee to $50. The fee includes all vaccinations except rabies, spaying or neutering, and microchipping.
For more information on the Maxfund no-kill shelter or to learn how to adopt a cat or kitten, visit www.maxfund.org.