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Start saving your aluminum cans and scraps – we now have a 24-hour drop box where you can throw in your bagged aluminum cans or scraps and we will recycle them, with 100% of the proceeds going towards providing low-cost spay/neuter to our community cats, and getting the friendlies off the streets & into loving homes! The bin is conveniently located behind The Groom Stop (617 Main St.) in downtown Mendota, between the building and the railroad tracks. There is an opening on the top so you can throw cans in 24-hours a day with no muss or fuss.
It takes about 3,000 aluminum cans to pay for one spay surgery for a homeless cat, so please start saving those suckers! Not only is it good for the environment, but it’s good for cats! In addition to regular aluminum soda/beer cans, now lots of items come in aluminum cans: Friskies cat food, Fancy Feast cat food, Mighty Dog and Old Roy dog food, even Armour vienna sausages come in aluminum cans! Remember, a magnet will not stick to aluminum, so that’s a great way to double check. If it’s made of aluminum, throw it in our bin! Thanks so much!
On Sunday, April 11, La Fiesta restaurant in Sublette is hosting Fajitas For Felines, a benefit for the cats of IL Valley Cat Taxi. Join us from 2-5pm for Meow-garitas, kitty conversation, and purring good times! The full restaurant and bar menu will be available with a portion of proceeds benefiting Cat Taxi. Also, a number of local vendors will be on site with their crafts and goods, all donating a portion of their sales to Cat Taxi! Some vendors include Mary Kay, Gold Canyon Candles, Just Jewelry, Tastefully Simple, Pampered Chef, and more. Bring your friends and join us for a great time while raising funds to provide low-cost spay/neuter and rescue to our community cats.
When: Sunday April 11, 2-5p,
Where: La Fiesta, 107 W. Main St., Sublette, IL
Questions: (815) 539-2287
We just create a Google map to show all the towns we’ve helped cats in so far. Don’t see your town marked? Add yourself!