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Readers Say Thanks

Colorado Animal Rescue would like to thank everyone in the community who came to our aid during CARE’s much-publicized “Kitty Crisis.” Since the news story was released regarding the 86 cats surrendered to us in one day, we’ve received a tremendous outpouring of support from animal lovers throughout Colorado and beyond. Help continues to come from all over in the form of supplies, volunteers and monetary donations. As a nonprofit organization, we would not be able to help as many animals in need without the generous support of the community.

We have had a busy year taking care of dogs, cats, bunnies, and even an alligator. In total, we have provided care for over 870 animals this year alone. With your continued support of our mission, we can continue to provide safety and care for homeless and abandoned animals in the area.

Several of the 86 cats have been adopted or transferred to other shelters in Colorado, but many are still available for adoption. We invite you to come up and meet our special new friends.

Thank you again for your support. Without it, we would not be able to keep our doors open.

Ann Duffy and the staff, board of directors and animals at CARE

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