This is a little unusual as I don’t typically post such information on this blog since I’ve always aimed at offering helpful advice for cat guardians. However, there is a cat shelter located in the Northern-Eastern part of Romania where I used to volunteer (I hail from a town in that area) and that now needs funds to build a cat house for the winter.
There are over 100 cats living in the shelter and the aim is to raise 2,000 euros (approximately $2,400) within a month so that the ladies caring for them can build something appropriate for the cold season. Both kittens and adults live on the premises and they are cared for with the help of locals.
Some of them are suffering from chronic disease such as pancreatitis or kidney failure, but there are also 8 that require special care since they are paralyzed. 4 of them have FIV (Feline Immunodeficiency Virus) and they need to be sheltered separately from the rest so that the other cats are kept safe from the infection.
A new room is necessary for these cats that have FIV, especially now that winter is coming. If you can donate just 1 euro, it would significantly help the cause and I would be forever in your debt. If not, please share this post so that it reaches as many people as possible, some of whom might be able to donate just a small amount.
To visit the official Go Get Funding page, please click on the widget at the top of the post. You can find the cat shelter on Facebook right here. If you choose to donate separately through Paypal, please specify that the funds are for this specific cause. Thank you in advance for your shares or your donations!