Compassionate Volunteers Wanted to Help Coral Springs’ Cats in Need

By Martin Lenkowsky

The Saving Sage Animal Rescue Foundation is reaching out for compassionate adult volunteers to dedicate time to feline friends in need.

Based in Lauderhill, Saving Sage, which recently celebrated its ninth anniversary, needs volunteers to clean, feed, and provide much-needed love. With a current roster of three cats at Pet Supermarket and six at Petco, the need for volunteers is significant.

Volunteers are urgently needed for one-hour weekday morning shifts at two locations: the Pet Supermarket at 2446 N University Dr and the Petco at 9200 Wiles Rd.

The call to action comes from Michelle Reichler, a volunteer board member at Saving Sage, who emphasizes the importance of adult involvement in the care of the animals, noting that the rescue operates a shelter in addition to its partnerships with local Pet Supermarkets and Petcos.

Reichler, a Parkland resident and attorney, highlights the challenge of covering every shift, as most adults are occupied with work during the day.

Despite the hurdles and her busy schedule, Reichler is an animal lover, sharing her home with an 80-pound pit bull and five cats, all living in harmony.

Compassionate Volunteers Wanted to Help Coral Springs' Cats in Need

Saving Sage board member and volunteer Michelle Reichler with two kittens. {Saving Sage}

For those interested in making a difference in the lives of these felines, fill out an application here.

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Martin Lenkowsky

Martin Lenkowsky
Martin Lenkowsky moved to Coral Springs from NYC in 1982. He has a bachelor’s degree from Brooklyn College. He has been both writer and editor for a number of South Florida publications since 1983. He considers features writing his specialty.

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