MSPCA-Angell and Animal Rescue League of Boston Host ‘Cats-Giving Food Drive’ for Homeless Cats

Together the MSPCA-Angell and the Animal Rescue League of Boston place hundreds of cats into new homes every year. So many more cats — living beyond the walls of animal shelters but no less deserving of our collective compassion — rely on an army of unsung human heroes who ensure these cats have food to eat every day — rain, snow or shine.

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The two organizations are asking for donations of wet or dry cat food to be brought to their respective adoption centers from Friday, Nov. 18 to Sunday, Nov. 20. All of the food will then be distributed to the dozens of local caretakers who feed and otherwise look after outdoor cats across the city.

Both unopened and opened packages of food can be brought to the MSPCA at 350 S. Huntington Avenue in Jamaica Plain or to the Animal Rescue League of Boston at 10 Chandler Street in Boston’s South End.

The two organizations are asking for donations of wet or dry cat food to be brought to their respective adoption centers from Friday, Nov. 18 to Sunday, Nov. 20. All of the food will then be distributed to the dozens of local caretakers who feed and otherwise look after outdoor cats across the city.

Both unopened and opened packages of food can be brought to the MSPCA at 350 S. Huntington Avenue in Jamaica Plain or to the Animal Rescue League of Boston at 10 Chandler Street in Boston’s South End.

Food can be dropped off at the MSPCA on Friday from 1 pm to 5 pm and from 11 am to 4 pm on Saturday and Sunday. Food can be delivered to the Animal Rescue League of Boston from 7:30 am to 6:30 pm, Friday, Nov. 11 and through Sunday, Nov. 13.

“This is a wonderful opportunity for our two organizations to partner to make life a little easier for cats who are often forgotten but no less important,” said Bryn Conklin Rogers of the MSPCA’s Jamaica Plain adoption center.

“These generous donations of cat food come at a welcome time for the many volunteers who look after the community of outdoor cats,” said Cheryl Traversi, Associate Director of Community Services, Animal Rescue League of Boston. “We’re hopeful this campaign will go a long way to help their efforts to keep cats and the community safe and healthy.”