One of my favorite cat rescue groups is Michigan Cat Rescue. One of the humans who volunteers with them says they are small but mighty, and that is definitely true. They are a small all volunteer organization but they save many felines.
I first heard about this cat rescue group when I learned about Bindy, who was abused so badly that she lost an eye and the litter of kittens she was carrying. Michigan Cat Rescue helped her recover, and found a loving home for her. They also saved a cat from a cruel human who had taped it in a box and labelled it garbage.
There are limits on what these kind humans can do, and sometimes, they must come to us for help. They rely on other humans to give them the green paper things they need to do their work and to help supply them.
Right now, they are looking for something that isn’t expensive but that they need to do their work. What does Michigan Cat Rescue need right now? Paper towels.
Now, you might be wondering, well, Bagheera, paper towels are useful, but why would a cat rescue group need them? That is a good question. Think about the messes that your felines make, and how you clean them up. When I eat my noms too quickly and I vomit, the human uses paper towels to wipe up the mess and then he uses a disinfectant wipe to make sure it’s clean.
There is a donation box at the Classic Pet Supply store in Warren, Michigan where humans who live in the local area can give Michigan Cat Rescue the supplies it needs to do its work. If you do not live in the area, you can always donate green paper things.
Let’s all work together to make sure that felines like Bindy and Treasure have an organization like Michigan Cat Rescue to help them.