I love my office job, and being a veteran has its benefits, like nap privileges after dealing with all the paperwork.
This Saturday the adoption center will be having an open house followed by a vigil for International Homeless Animals' Day.
I'm lucky to be here and I know it, but I see the sad looks the humans get when they have to answer call after call about cats and kittens that have no other place to go.
At 7:00 pm we will be having an open house where you can tour the adoption center, play and cuddle with all the great cats and kittens we were able to save, and get to meet me! :)
Then when it gets dark, around 8:00 pm we'll all move out to the front (well, I'll stay inside and supervise from the windows) to hold our vigil for all the kitties that are out there, hoping for a chance, and for all the great human people that are trying to make a difference.
In case you don't know, we are on Atlantic Blvd, west of 441 by a few blocks. The building actually says Cat Adoptions.
6350 West Atlantic Blvd
Margate, FL 33063
Edit: I totally forgot to mention the date! Its August 15, this Saturday. And I know some of you are far far away, if you commemorate the day in your own way, I'd love to hear about it. :)