As an animal rescuer, one woman often found abandoned animals left outside her property. However, one day she was stunned by what she found tied up to a nearby pole. Because while people knew her for her work with cats, this animal was far from feline.
Margie Morris is the director of Project Purr Animal Rescue, an animal welfare organization in Mobile, Alabama. The project takes in homeless cats or kittens off the streets or from shelters and provides them with a fresh start.
When down-and-out cats first arrive at Project Purr, staff give them the freedom to run around. This concept is termed “free range” on the group’s website, which also states that all animals have access to beds, litter trays and entertainment.