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Animal House Cat Rescue and Adoption Center: Sponsor a Pet Grant Report

How did this grant help your organization and the pets in your care?

These funds were used to help cover the cost of our adoption fee for those wanting to bring home the cats they connected with at our adoption center during this two-week time frame.

This grant helped bring attention to the existence and location of our adoption center, helped bring newcomers through our doors, and helped more of our cats find their forever families.

How many pets did this grant help?

This grant helped 19 cats and kittens find their forever families.

Please provide a story of one or more specific pets this grant helped.

A couple who adopted Jean and Kelsey (now named Pulpo and Ceviche) shared the following updates with us from each kitty (corresponding pictures are attached). They could not be happier in their new home! Pulpo (first photo): Unwinding after a rough day testing out surfaces to see which one is most comfortable to nap on. I was hired for this job a few months ago. Apparently, they saw my skills when they visited Animal House and decided to bring me on full-time. The pay is good: food, snacks, cuddles, toys. It’s a nice gig. Sometimes, I even play my favorite game, Killer Bunnies, with my peeps.

Ceviche (second photo): Is this thing on? It’s on? Oh, hi, Animal House! I’m Ceviche. Remember me? You can see here behind me my favorite part of my new home. STAIRS! SEE?! STAIRS!! These things are great! You can run up them and then after you’ve done that, you can run down them. Or you can just stand on them like I’m doing here to get a bird’s-eye view of the room. I do it to search for my favorite toy mouse. We call him blue mouse. Wait, there he is. Gotta go!

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