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THE CAT POPULATION HAS BEEN GROWING AND WE ARE NOW AT CAPACITY. 36 CATS IS IT, SINCE CATS THAT WIND UP HERE WOULD HAVE DIED, THEY HAVE BEEN GIVEN A SECOND CHANCE AND A NEW PERMANENT HOME. GIVEN THE COST FOR FOOD, HOUSING, AND VET CARE FOR THIS MANY CATS AND MY AGE IT IS IMPOSSILE TO ADD ANY MORE. A BELATED THANKS TO ONE RYAN HILL, (PHOTO ATTACHED) A 6TH GRADE STUDENT WHO DONATED $286.00 IN 2016, WHICH HE RAISED FOR A PROJECT CALLED "MAKE A DIFFERENCE" IN HIS SCHOOL IN CHAGRIN FALLS, OHIO USA. THANK YOU T0 EVERYONE ELSE WHO HAVE MADE DONATIONS OVER THE PAST YEARS YOUR ASSISTANCE IS GREATLY APPRECIATED! PEOPLE ASK HOW THEY CAN HELP, MONEY IS GREAT AND GOES TO THE VET BILLS. THE CATS ARE USED TO PURINA DRY AND WET FOODS, ALSO CONSUME URINARY SO FOOD, AND LOVE THEIR TEMPTATIONS. OLD TOWELLS, CUSHIONS AND BLANKETS ARE GOOD. WE HAVE ATTACHED A PHOTO OF OUR FAVOURITE DAY, LITTER BOX DAY!


 

 

Many customers notice and ask about the Cats around the theatre. Highlands Cinemas cares for 36 abandoned domestic and feral cats. The problem is caused by uncaring, irresponsible owners who simply dump their pets like so much garbage. Without intervention most will die from starvation, cars, freezing, are shot by humans, or are killed by other animals. Since there is a total lack of concern or intervention by local municipalities, and animal welfare groups who rely exclusively on donations are swamped, we have done what we can to help in this area. We will not take in any more animals.

Should you be dealing with a stray domestic cat, and need assistance we suggest the following options. Depending on where you are located, Sometimes the local Veterinarians, and Pet Stores can help. The Humane Society of Kawartha Lakes at 705 878 4618. Kawartha Lakes Animal Welfare Society at 705 328 3921. Lakefield Animal Welfare at 705 652 0588. Bracebridge Ontario SPCA at 705 645 6225 as well as ANIMAL RESCUE KREW, LAKEFIELD, ONTARIO 705 651 0069. IF YOU CAN YOU MIGHT WANT TO GIVE THE ANIMAL A FOREVER HOME IT SO DESPERATELY DESERVES.

Unfortunately since the Kawartha Lakes Council refuses to do anything to try and deal with the problem, as a last resort, perhaps you could deliver the animal during office hours to Mayor Andy Letham at 26 Francis St. Lindsay, Ontario. His phone number is 705 324 9411 Ext. 1320. If you have to resort to this probably you should inform the editor at Kawartha Lakes This Week, in Lindsay, Ontario (705 324 8600) so a reporter can follow the progress of the cats care.

It costs a lot of money to provide food, lodging, medicine and veterinary care for the cats we have. For anyone who may feel the urge to help, two Boxes have been installed in the lobby of the theatre, to accept donations to assist with their care.

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Basement Cats

Resident


Cali

 

CALI


Downstairs Cats

 

FRIDAY

SQUEEK 3

BUTCH


Gumpy

 

GUMPY THEN

GUMPY NOW


Keith's Cat House

 

 

GARFIELD

MOTHER

LUCKY

BLACKY


Kitty Triplex

 

 

TIGER

SCRUFFY

BAM BAM

MILO


Left Behind Lane

 

 

MUGGLES

KRISTOFF

BAILEY

SPOOKY

BOOTS

BOOTS BEFORE


Skunks

 

 


Skyways to New Cat Pens

Scruffy

 

 

 

Scruffy & Skyway

 


The Crew

 

 

HERSHEY

AERO

TWIX

MARS

SALLY BEFORE

SALLY

ELSA BEFORE

ELSA NOW


Tom Cat Alley

 

 

MORRIS, BERKLY, MADGE

MIDGE

NO 1


Upstairs Cats

 

SNOWFLAKE

SHADOW

MINNIEME

 

DUDE


Visitors

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


West Wing

 

 

MINGLES

TOM

TINGLES