Just shy of its 50th year providing shelter and sanctuary for abandoned and homeless felines, the sad fact is that the Hermitage is in danger of closing.
Donations are at an all-time low and funding could run out in the next three months. If the Hermitage is forced to close, animals on the euthanasia list at other shelters will have no “second chance” and the over 200 felines who call the Hermitage home may be in danger of the same sad fate.
What’s a Life Worth?
The hardest part about being involved in animal rescue is associating money with the life of an animal. And so today I ask you to ponder the question, “What’s a Life Worth?”
These tiny, precious lives are worth everything to us. It’s the reason we show up every day and get our hearts fulfilled, broken and fulfilled again.
Please can you find it in your heart to donate to help keep the doors to The Hermitage open? Any contribution you send will help us to continue to rescue abused, injured, and thrown away felines and enable our dedicated staff to continue to care for the unloved and abandoned.
Remember, no matter the amount, 100% of your donation goes directly to care for these precious souls.
Thank you for your compassion and continued support. It truly means the world to us.