WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, July 8, 2020 — American Humane, the country’s first national humane organization, today announced that Angelico Cat Rescue received a grant from American Humane’s Feed the Hungry fund. Located in Lauderhill, Florida, Angelico Cat Rescue aims to refresh the world on the importance of caring for animals.
“COVID-19 has affected my rescue greatly with the lack of funds coming in,” said Tammy Brzezniak, Executive Director of Angelico Cat Rescue. “The COVID grant has helped me immensely in helping to feed over 58 cats that I have here, and provide food, litter, toys and all of the essentials to keep them going. I can’t thank you enough.”
Angelico Cat Rescue rescues abandoned, abused and injured animals whether they are large or small; rehabilitates them, has them vaccinated, spayed or neutered; and finds them loving adoptive homes. The shelter supports the local community by offering programs involving animals to benefit disabled persons, children and the elderly. It also seeks to increase public awareness of the companion animal overpopulation issue and provide solutions to end the killing of adoptable animals. The rescue is a one-person operation and the Feed the Hungry grant will help considerably in purchasing necessary supplies to care for the cats.
To help shelters continue to save lives during this unprecedented crisis, consider donating today. Learn more at www.americanhumane.org/feedthehungry.
About American Humane
American Humane is the country’s first national humane organization. Founded in 1877, American Humane is committed to ensuring the safety, welfare, and well-being of animals, and our leadership programs are first to serve in promoting and nurturing the bonds between animals and people. For more information or to support our work, please visit www.americanhumane.org