These kittens were among the 40 cats rescued from a condemned home in Punta Gorda. According to several local animal-welfare groups, led by the Venice Cat Coalition and its local branch, the Charlotte Cat Coalition, some of the rescued cats already are getting a better future, but half their colony remains in dire need of food, medicine and shelter. The Venice Cat Coalition is appealing to Charlotte County residents to step forward to help with donations and adoptions.
PUNTA GORDA — Some 40 cats living in ramshackle conditions in a dilapidated local home, condemned by Charlotte County, are headed for new homes, thanks to the Venice Cat Coalition and its local branch, the Charlotte Cat Coalition.
But the orphaned cats — and the coalition — still need plenty of volunteer and financial help from the community to complete the transfers.
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