The director of operations at CPV Rescue and Sanctuary, a rescue organization for cats in Clinton, stopped by the studio on Sunday.
Mare Clarey spoke with us about the rescue.
Clarey explained the adoption process.
CPV Rescue and Sanctuary is operated solely on donations and people volunteering their time. Clarey said that in December of 2019, the rescue had $6,000 worth of medical bills. If you'd like to make a donation to the organization, Clarey explained how.
Through a partnership with Staffworks Fund Save a Life Campaign, where Staffworks doubled donations given to the rescue during the month of December last year, CPV Rescue and Sanctuary was awarded $22,000. Clarey said that most monetary donations go toward medical bills. Some money is used for utility bills.
CPV Rescue and Sanctuary holds various fundraisers throughout the year. Clarey mentioned in the radio interview that they are always looking for volunteers to help take care of the cats and kittens at the rescue. To keep up to date with the Clinton-based cat and kitten rescue, visit their Facebook page at facebook.com/CPVRescue/.
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