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By Aliya Hall
The Chronicle 

CRAN helps felines find purr-fect home

 

December 26, 2019

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Forrest was rescued as a newborn from the streets with his mom and sister. After prolonged medical treatment, he recovered and was adopted out earlier this fall.

SPRINGFIELD – From rehoming a cat whose owner has died, or placing kittens after a cat gives birth outdoors, to helping a cat whose owners moved away without them, each month Cat Rescue and Adoption Network (CRAN) will receive around 35 requests for help.

CRAN is an all-volunteer organization with over 200 members that focuses on finding homes for cats and kittens with special needs. So far, in 2019 CRAN has taken in around 600 cats and kittens and have placed more than 450 in adoptive homes locally.

"Our mission is to care for and find loving, permanent homes for abandoned, neglected, so...



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