Due to the economy the St. Francis Animal Rescue Center had very few donations this past year and was in need of rescue. Their landlord had worked with them for the past three years, but finally said pay up or move out! They needed to raise $13,000 by August 1st to avoid eviction.
They have 150 cats and kittens at the center, each one is special, unique and precious. They are a a no-kill shelter and are doing everything in their power to keep these cats safe.
The Tiniest Tiger’s Conservation Cub Club united their paws to make a difference for St Francis Animal Rescue Center. Working with April from Whisker City, we raised nearly $2000.00 to help the shelter.
St. Francis Animal Rescue Center remains open and caring for animals today.
Thank you so much for helping.
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