A new group based out of Sunbury, Ohio has an unforgettable acronym: SNACK. The letters come from the name “Spay/Neuter Abandoned Cats and Kittens.”
SNACK, Inc. was started by a wonderful set of people who B and O has worked with over the years. In fact, I met with SNACK founders, Greg, Rita, and Debi last December when they were making final plans to set up their non-profit. They wanted to know how Black and Orange did things so they wouldn’t have to re-invent the wheel.
SNACK’s mission is very similar to what we do: “Humanely reduce the overpopulation of homeless cats and kittens by promoting and supporting trap/neuter/return and spay/neuter programs in Central Ohio.”
I am very happy to say that SNACK is now officially a 501 (c) 3 charitable organization within the state of Ohio. They are currently fundraising so they will have the finances to begin helping Central Ohio kitties in need.
They also have a very cool web site: www.snackohio.org
We are overjoyed to have another group in our area working to help kitties in need. Please consider volunteering with SNACK if you are in the Delaware/Sunbury area and are looking for a way to make a difference for stray and feral cats.
Congratulations to a compassionate group of people who are true friends of felines! We have your back if you need us in any way.