1,000 cats rescued by Garfield’s

A thousand of anything is a lot, let alone a thousand homeless cats!

Garfield’s Rescue Inc. (GRI) is proud to announce its 1,000th rescued feline.  Holly is a senior gal that showed up at a Lancaster residence. Obviously a pet at one time, she had been on her own for quite a while. She came to GRI dirty, skinny and hungry. After going through the intake process of vaccinations, flea treatment and deworming, she has a full stomach and is now resting comfortably at one of GRI’s foster homes.

Rescuing, fostering and adopting homeless cats takes a team effort, said president Ann Bedford. Congratulations to the wonderful fosters, members and donors.

GRI was established in March 2020 with a mission to “Eliminate the suffering of homeless cats in the Northern Neck of Virginia.”

“We never expected to reach 1,000 in only our 28th month of operation….

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