Furball Farm Cat Sanctuary in Faribault, Minnesota
Can we get one of these here in Montgomery County? Image sourced from Minnesota Cat Sanctuary as they Unveil New Outdoor Playground for Feral Rescues: “People care about them”
Faribault, Minnesota - After a year of fundraising and construction, the Furball Farm Cat Sanctuary in Faribault, Minnesota has unveiled a brand new outdoor playground for its feral cat rescues. The playground is a safe and stimulating space for the cats to explore and play, and it is a testament to the growing compassion and support for feral cats.
The playground features a variety of climbing structures, scratching posts, and hiding places, as well as a large area for running and chasing. It is also surrounded by a secure fence to keep the cats safe from predators and other hazards.
Founder Julie Maverts says that the playground is a dream come true for the cats. "They love being outside, and this gives them a place to do that safely and have a lot of fun," she said. "It's also a great way for them to get exercise and socialize with each other."
The playground was funded entirely through donations, and Maverts says that she is grateful for the support of the community. "It's amazing to see how many people care about feral cats," she said. "This playground is a testament to that support."
The Furball Farm Cat Sanctuary is a non-profit organization that takes in feral cats and provides them with care and rehabilitation. The goal of the sanctuary is to socialize the cats and make them adoptable, but if a cat is not adoptable, it can live out its life at the sanctuary.
The new outdoor playground is a major addition to the sanctuary, and it will provide the cats with a much-needed opportunity to enjoy the outdoors and get exercise. It is also a sign that people are increasingly caring about feral cats and recognizing their importance to the ecosystem.
Exciting News for Feral Cat Rescues
The opening of the new outdoor playground at the Furball Farm Cat Sanctuary is exciting news for feral cat rescues. It is a sign that people are increasingly caring about these animals and recognizing their importance to the ecosystem.
The playground will provide the cats with a safe and stimulating space to explore and play, which is essential for their physical and mental well-being. It will also give them a chance to socialize with each other and develop important social skills.
The playground is a testament to the hard work and dedication of the staff and volunteers at the Furball Farm Cat Sanctuary. It is also a reminder that we all have a role to play in helping feral cats.
If we can’t have a cat sanctuary like this wonderful one, then please support one of these:
Montgomery County Office of Animal Services 7315 Muncaster Mill Road · Derwood, MD 20855 · Telephone: 240.773.5900
Animal Welfare League of. Montgomery County, MD (AWLMC) · Page · Nonprofit organization · (301) 740-2511 · awlmc.org
Montgomery County Community Cat Coalition P. O. Box 262
Spencerville, MD 20868-0262
If you are interested in supporting these wonderful animals, you can donate money, volunteer your time, or adopt a cat. You can also spread the word about these organizations and the importance of feral cats to the ecosystem.