|Kylie and Ranger riding back from Dulles|
Meanwhile, on another part of the property, new people came and were complaining that the cats were scaring their dogs. This prompted the security office to forbid the guards from feeding the cats anywhere on the property. Barbara had no choice at the point- she either had a rescue the cats herself and let them starve. So Barbara started bringing them into her home, and working with them.
The political situation in Sudan is complicated and unstable, and Barbara realized that there was a chance she would have to evacuate quickly. If this happened, she would not be able take all of the cats with her because of housing regulations, so she started looking around for someone in the US who might be able to take them and find them forever homes.
When we received the email requesting help, we thought that we had the resources to give these cats a chance, so with emails flying back and forth over the Atlantic, slowly a plan came together to fly 9 cats from Khartoum to Amsterdam to Washington DC.
|We need a bigger car for ACR to fit this many cats!|
We are going to feature the cats over the next few days so you can read about each individual cat and their story. We are looking for very special homes for them, as most of them started off as feral cats and need experienced cat people who will give them the time, love and patience it will take for them to be wonderful pets!
If you are interested in helping these cats, either through adoption or through a donation, you can email us at ACR@saveacat.org or donate through Network For Good.