Montgomery, AL – The Montgomery Humane Society is pleased to announce that it has been awarded a grant of $30,415 by the Rachael Ray Save Them All Foundation. This grant will be used to close our cat no-kill gap by encouraging customers to leave neonatal kittens with their mom and fostering out more neonatal and unweaned kittens.
The Rachael Ray Save Them All Foundation is dedicated to helping animal shelters and rescue groups save the lives of at-risk pets in communities across the United States. The Montgomery Humane Society is honored to have been chosen to receive this grant and to be able to work towards the shared goal of saving more animal lives.
With this grant, the Montgomery Humane Society will be able to focus on increasing the number of neonatal and unweaned kittens that are fostered out. By doing so, we can ensure that these kittens receive the specialized care they need to thrive and grow into healthy cats. Additionally, we will encourage customers to leave neonatal kittens with their mom, as this is the best way to ensure their survival and growth.
“We are grateful for this grant from the Rachael Ray Save Them All Foundation,” said Denton Hawk, Intervention Manager of the Montgomery Humane Society. “It will enable us to help more neonatal and unweaned kittens and make progress towards closing our no-kill gap. We are committed to saving as many animal lives as possible, and this grant will help us achieve that goal.”
The Montgomery Humane Society is a non-profit animal welfare organization that has been serving the Montgomery area since 1951. We provide shelter, medical care, and adoption services to homeless and neglected animals in our community. With the help of this grant from the Rachael Ray Save Them All Foundation, we will be able to continue our life-saving work and make a difference in the lives of animals and people in our community.
For more information about the Montgomery Humane Society and its programs, please visit our website at www.montgomeryhumane.com.