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Cub Scouts make life better for felines

Cub Scout Pack 588 completed another community service project Nov. 6 at Forgotten Felines and Fidos, Germansville.

“Forgotten Felines on Mountain Road called us asking for some help,” Cub Scout Master Steve Solderich said. “We cleaned a garage out to get it ready for shelving that was getting delivered the next weekend.

“We took everything out of this garage and stacked it for the volunteers at the shelter to determine if it was viable.

“We then swept and vacuumed everything out inside and put the cages and traps back inside in an orderly manner for volunteers to get to easier.”

Solderich said the volunteers at Forgotten Felines were very happy, and the cats wanted to say a very big thanks for all the help given at the shelter.

“All of the hard work was truly a tremendous help and they greatly appreciate everyone taking time to help them find some important things they were looking for like the snowblower, new cages, chairs and a washing machine,” he said.

According to Forgotten Feline and Fidos website, “The mission of Forgotten Felines and Fidos, a nonprofit, all volunteer, no kill animal organization in Germansville, is to reduce the number of homeless, unwanted cats by offering a low-cost spay/neuter program and by working together with the community to help control the feline population.”

PRESS PHOTO COURTESY JEFF FRANKLIN Logan and Caleb Rice, Eli Yannes, Adin Breidinger, Asher Solderich, (back) Bill Yannes, Steve Solderich, Amy Rice, Andrew Solderich, Erica Moerder, Luke Breidinger, Ethan Solderich and Keshua Breidinger volunteered Nov. 6 at Forgotten Felines and Fidos shelter, Germansville.
PRESS PHOTOS COURTESY AMY RICE Silas Lenig sweeps the floor as Eli Yannes vacuums in the Forgotten Felines garage.
Eli Yannes and Logan Rice move cages back into garage at FF&F.