Another near cat-astrophy but Canopy Cat Rescue saves the day

Thursday, November 21, 2019

50 feet up and crying for help
Photo by Doug Gochanour

Northshore Fire says that "A lot of people think firefighters rescue cats in trees, but unfortunately we don't ... We need the help of qualified experts like Canopy Cat Rescue. 
"Canopy Cat Rescue provides a free service - give them a call the next time you need some help rescuing a cat stuck in a tree!" 877-721-6369

By Doug Gochanour

You have posted articles about Canopy Cat Rescue in 2016, 2017, (and 2017 again) and 2018. See below.

Perhaps you would like a 2019 version from LFP, on 10/3/19. It is about the rescue of Sylvester, a very young, sweet and friendly kitty.

Shaun Sears climbed 50 feet up a challenging Golden Locust (Robinia pseudoacacia 'Frisia,' as two Eagles circled above.

Shaun nears Sylvester
Photo by Doug Gochanour
The overnight rain had stopped, so that must have been Eagle drool dropping down through the tree. This cat belongs to our neighbor, while the tree is in our yard.

Shaun says that there were 500 cat rescues in Washington in 2018. They are on a pace to make 540 rescues in 2019.

Shaun believes that all cats deserve to be rescued and reunited with their loved ones. Canopy Cat Rescue works on a donations-only basis, because it’s their mission and passion to rescue any cat stuck in any tree regardless of their families financial situation.

This is a 501 c-3 organization, so donations are tax deductible. It would be a fine cause for cat lovers, or any animal lovers, to consider for supporting.


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