THIS is how you properly volunteer at a cat sanctuary
These rescue kitties at the Kitty Adventure Rescue League expect one huge thing from their care takers - companionship, lots of it!
Along with food and shelter, these cats also need love and companionship. These guys are ready to provide it.
People don't realize how much a little love can do for cats and other animals at a shelter. Even if you can't provide donations or labor, just your presence can do wonders.
Most of the kitties at the sanctuary are elderly cats or cats with special needs. "We are a 501c3 rescue and sanctuary for special needs, disabled, elderly and otherwise unadoptable felines in the DFW TX area," Karyn Poplin of Kitty Adventure Rescue League said.
Without this sanctuary, plenty of these cats would have been put down or left to fend for themselves on the streets. Luckily, they have a safe place to call home where they are loved and spoiled.
Once the volunteers sit down, they don't expect to get up until a while later.
Volunteers are allowed to play video games while their laps are occupied.
Sometimes they have game night at the sanctuary and the kitties are always in charge.
Sherbert the cat is concentrating on the game, trying to give his human a helping paw.
The cats and volunteers love nap time.
Despite their age or health, these kitties have all been given a second chance at life. Volunteers at Kitty Adventure Rescue League help these deserving felines live out their best lives!
Make an effort to volunteer some time at your local shelter! :)
via love meow
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