How You Can Make a Meaningful Difference In a Life

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Do you want to make a real impact on the lives of hundreds of living beings? Maybe you’ve thought about donating money, which is always helpful, but perhaps you’re able to donate your time once a week to help feed and refill water bowls for abandoned cats.

Can you share your time and love? When you volunteer to help feed and provide water to the cats living at the Kona Waste Transfer Station, you are saving lives.


The Struggle Of Daily Life

The cats at the Kona Waste Transfer Station struggle daily trying to get enough food and water to survive. They have many, many challenges:

  • The temperature can soar into the 90s on hot days.
  • The hot pavement makes it hard for the cats to get around easily.
  • The lava rock is sharp and causes abrasions on the pads of their feet.
  • Broken glass and trash is littered everywhere, making it hard to navigate daily life for the cats.
  • Heavy traffic results in multiple deaths per month.

Where do the Abandoned Cats Come From?

Most of the cats are not feral; they have been dumped here by people who no longer want them or moved or can’t care for the cat anymore. Many were once family pets, used to being inside and having a supply of food, water, and love. And now, many of them are forgotten.

Can You Make a Difference Offering Your Time?

All we’re asking for is a few volunteers to donate their time once per week to feed the cats at the Kona Waste Transfer Station. An hour of your time makes all the difference in the world to the cats that live there and who need our support to continue to survive. If giving back is something you’ve been meaning to do, consider this option.

Will you share this post with someone who can make a difference?

If you are unable to donate your time or money, please share this post. It takes only a moment and it’s free, and it could reach someone who is able to help. We appreciate your support.


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Kona Cats

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