Every other Wednesday, we take some time and introduce you to cats up for adoption at the CPV Rescue and Sanctuary. Normally, we would have them come to the office, but with the uptick in COVID-19 cases, we'll be introducing our next kittens virtually.

Here is what Mare, Executive Director of the Rescue, has to say:

"2 year old handsome boy Lawrence is looking for his furever family!! Lawrence is extremely friendly and loves being loved on. He is a big burly boy! He loves to play too. He gets along with other cats and with his demeanor, he may get along with an older, calm dog with a slow introduction.

If you're interested in meeting him, please call 315-381-3605 and leave a message. We are allowing 2 people per 1/2 hour appointments. Please make sure you wear a mask also! Thank you!"

Staffworks is matching donations through it's Save A Life Campaign. Please consider a donation today to help out our friends as the rescue!

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Be Prepared to Bring A Cat Home

Be prepared should be your mantra when bringing a new pet into your home, according to Petfinder. Cats are particularly sensitive to new surroundings and some may hide under a bed or in a closet for days or even weeks.

Before you bring home your cat make sure you have a litter box, cat carrier, food, food and water bowls, a collar and tags, and toys to entertain your new pet. Cat-proof your house before kitty arrives. Put away cleaners, and pick up anything he or she could swallow.

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