Elaine Hendrix and Maitland Ward (White Chicks) are just a couple of the celebs partnering with nonprofit Kitty Bungalow Charm School for Wayward Cats and Wellness to deliver a hot meal for fixed homeless cat communities this Christmas Eve.
Kitty Bungalow runs a school lunch program throughout the year helping low-income colony managers to feed their fixed community cats with month supply of cat food – usually dry kibble. This holiday season, however, thanks to a donation from Wellness, Los Angeles’ fixed homeless cats will be getting an upgrade for Christmas dinner: Divine Duos by Wellness, savory pate and tender meat cuts with gravy.
Kitty Bungalow will host a holiday soup kitchen complete with celebrity servers, passing out nearly 2 pallets of Wellness Divine Duos to feed over 400 cats a wet, healthy and delicious Christmas dinner, with leftovers to boot. Colony managers will begin lining up at 11 am on Christmas Eve.
“We just wanted to spread holiday cheer to the homeless cats of our city. These cats did not ask to be homeless, the problem was created by human failing to spay and neuter creating generations of feral cats living on the streets. They aren’t to blame and shouldn’t be punished. We wanted to do something nice for them and their kind colony managers this holiday,” said Kitty Bungalow Headmistress Shawn Simons.
The celebrities signed on to help deliver the food on Christmas Eve day to the colony managers continue the tradition of celebrities helping to feed the homeless on the holidays. This time, it just happens to be cats.
If you have stray unfixed cats in your area go to kittybungalow.org and read about feral cats and how this organization can help.