The grant money went to the purchase of vaccines and spaying/neutering of kittens we rescued from a high-[intake] shelter right as COVID 19 hit. They have all been adopted now.
This helped offset medical expenses while all of our fundraising and adoptions were put on hold because our vets were not allowed to do any spaying or neutering.
Four surgeries, vaccines, testing for FELV/FIV, rabies vaccinations and microchips
These kittens were rescued from a high-[intake] shelter where they were slated for euthanasia in North Carolina. We were able to rescue a total of 12 kittens and one pregnant cat who had three babies. We used the funds specifically on this mom and kittens.