Approximately 20 or so community members showed up to support Project Warmth. At 10am on Sunday, December 4th volunteers (some who had never been to EHS before) came together to cut materials and assemble feral cat enclosures.
It was a long day filled with hard work, smiling faces, laughs and team work. On behalf of EHS we’d like to thank those who donated money, supplies and their time to make this initiative so successful.
We had a goal of 50 enclosures. Sunday we built 25 and now that most of the materials are prepped a day in the near future will be chosen to build the remaining 25.
If you manage a cat colony or know of street or feral cats in your area who would benefit from an enclosure feel free to stop by and pick one up.
When picking up a feral cat enclosure from us we ask for a minimum donation of $10. The proceeds will go towards Project Warmth in late 2017. Please remember that tax receipts are issued for any amount over $20.