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One Box Can Spotlight: Alberta Animal Rescue Crew Society (AARCS)

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For every meowbox sold, meowbox donates a can of cat food, or monetary equivalent to a shelter or rescue. This month, we donated to Alberta Animal Rescue Crew Society in Calgary, Alberta.

Meet the Alberta Animal Rescue Crew Society! This grassroots organization in Calgary aims to create a more compassionate world for animals through humane education, community resources, and much more.

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Mama Minerva’s baby Longbottom is a purr-fect helper when it comes to tracking kitten weights. This three-week old fluff ball runs to his foster mom anytime she enters their room. 😻 . Want to help kittens in AARCS’s care like Longbottom? 🐱 We have a kitten wish list that we keep up to date to provide an easy way for our followers to see what we are in need of each week! 💚 . You can see the list at a.co/4RuPWqc which is on the Amazon website. It is so easy to select items and they get shipped directly to us at Safe Haven in your name! 🐾 . Thank mew so much for your continued support! 💓 . #SundayFunday #CuteKitten #donate #fosterkitten #instacute #kittenlove #kittensofinstagram #babyface #aarcskitten #meowtown

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An estimated 3,500 animals go through AARCS’s programs every year. Since the beginning of 2020 alone, over 1,075 animals have passed through their doors. AARCS may be known most widely to the public for their adoptable pets, but they also run a number of other amazing programs, including a food bank, TNR programs, extensive foster network, spay/neuter assistance, and an on-site emergency veterinary hospital.

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Best way to spend a Caturday! 😻 32 CATS + KITTENS en-route to Safe Haven! . Even COVID couldn’t stop kitten season this year! 🐱 We continue to receive dozens of requests each day for cats in need and have taken in OVER 160 so far this month! 🙀 . This includes a number of new moms, their kittens, orphaned bottle-feds and many others that require more than just routine medical care. Many of these cats will remain in our care for several weeks while they are being prepped for adoption. 🐱💓 Here are ways you can help animals currently under AARCS’ care... Consider making a one-time or monthly donation at aarcs.ca/donate. 💌 Send an item such as a bag of pet food or milk replacer from our wishlist at aarcs.ca/wish-list, or you can share this post to help raise awareness! 🐱🐶 . #aarcscats #kittenseason #animalrescue #catrescue #meowmeow #catsagram #herekittykitty #covid19 #covidcantstopus #catoftheday #changinglives

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AARCS is operated by over 1,800 volunteers and foster parents throughout the province of Alberta. Volunteers can be found working at the shelter, helping out at AARCS’s rescue or spay/neuter clinics, hosting neighbourhood fundraisers and adopt-a-thons, or creating digital content for the organization’s website and social media. AARCs is about more than just their animal welfare work: they bring together the community through a shared passion for animals and the desire to foster meaningful change.

To find out how you can support AARCS, please visit their website at aarcs.ca.

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