It’s better to adopt more than one cat at a time
During these unprecedented times, it is even more challenging to raise funds for Rescue Our Furry Friends since we are not able to have large gatherings at this time. So, more than ever, we need your help.
Here is our most recent wish list: Litter, Cat Complete, Kitten Chow, towels, blankets and monetary donations. Items may be dropped off at the porch at 133 N. Walnut St. in Burnham, Big Valley Beverage in Reedsville or The Times at 410 Milford St. in Port Royal. Please note that The Times is open only on Mondays and Fridays. Both Big Valley Beverage and The Times have donation cans. Checks may be mailed to PO Box 6, Lewistown, PA 17044 or you may use our website’s PayPal link. We greatly appreciate your assistance.
Here are some fun fundraisers that we can do from a distance: a Fathers Day Raffle and a summer raffle. Check out our Facebook page or our website for the details.
Okay, everyone in unison, say awwwwwww! Four adorable kittens just arrived at “The Cattery” in Reedsville. There are three girls and one boy and they are so sweet and love attention. They are only six weeks old and will be available soon.
Consider this: There are five reasons to adopt two kittens instead of just one:
¯ One kitten can become lonely and bored.
¯ Two kittens will help keep each other busy instead of bugging you.
¯ Having two kittens is very entertaining.
¯ You’ll have fewer behavioral issues with two kittens.
¯ You’ll save two lives instead of one.
Now, let’s meet “Murphy!”
“Hi humans! Now that you have more time at home how about including me in your household? My name is “Murphy” and I’m a 14-month-old male Newfoundland.
I’m housebroken and crate trained, but you’ll need a bigger than average crate! I’m also up to date on all my vaccines and I’m neutered.
Now here’s the thing, I’m a very active lad and it would be best if you had some experience dealing with a big boy like me. So, come on over and see how adorable I am in person. See ya soon!”
Applications for adoptions can be found on our website: www.roffrescue.wordpress.com or call (877) 933-ROFF (7633).
We understand that not everyone can adopt a pet but would you please consider making a donation to ROFF? Thank you so much!
Until they all have homes …