ONTARIO — Calling all cat lovers! The Ontario Feral Cat Project has some news about the open-range change happening at the Constance McCullough House.
Amy Kee, volunteer for the Ontario Feral Cat Project, made the announcement that there will be a “cage-free room” opening soon at the facility. This space will be for an opportunity for visitors to see the felines frolic freely. It will also be a space for potential owners to stop by and interact with the kitties.
To show off the new addition, the Feral Cat Project is holding an open house and providing human snacks to visitors including cookies, coffee and cocoa. Kee wrote in an email that she and the rest of the volunteers would “love to invite the public to come and check out the new room and meet the kitties!”
The cage-free room was made possible by the project’s generous supporters, said Kee, who said she is thankful for the difference it has made to the organization.
“It’s absolutely amazing. … The kitties love being cage-free while they wait for their forever families to come take them home!”