Cat Depot

We urge you to visit Cat Depot’s website at www.catdepot.com to learn more about the many abandoned cats that need a loving home.

Mighty Lou came to Nancy’s home through Cat Depot. Find your “Mighty Lou” there today.  Contact Nancy for a special ” behind the scenes
tour of the Cat Depot facility.

Mighty Lou is featured in Mark Feldstein’s new book

“Last Stop Before Rainbow Bridge”  True Animal Rescue Stories by Mark Feldstein

For more heart-warming stories of rescue like Mighty Lou pick up your copy today of Mark Feldstein’s new book at www.MarkFeldSteinAuthor.com

You may reach him through our partners links on our contact page

 

 

Last Stop Before Rainbow Bridge

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Volunteer Work

Nancy has done extensive work with cat shelters and has volunteered and served on the board of many rescue programs including six years on the Board of Directors for the Englewood Animal Rescue Sanctuary. She also donates her time and artwork to Cat Depot in Sarasota, Florida.

Nancy is currently on the Board of Directors of Friends of Cats and Dogs in Charlotte County, Florida.

 

Cat Depot

Mighty Lou

The story: Mighty Lou is a deaf and diabetic cat that Cat Depot has been trying to find a permanent home for.  Because of these issues, it’s very difficult to find an adoptive family.  Nancy volunteered to take Mighty Lou and provide him a loving foster home until Cat Depot is able to find a permanent home.

UPDATE:  Nancy has adopted Might Lou and he is now a member of her family!

Mighty Lou 1

Mighty Lou 1

Nancy has had two diabetic cats before and being well aware of the responsibility of taking care of a diabetic cat like Mighty Lou, she felt that she could provide him with the love and care that he needs. Up to this day, Nancy happily cares for Mighty Lou and he is healthier than ever thanks to Nancy’s generosity.


 

EARS

EARS Animal Rescue Adoptathon

The featured attraction at EARS Animal Rescue adoptathon was Nancy Colby painting Dice.  Dice is a large black and white male who was hard to place due to a special diet.  That day, Dice was successfully adopted and the owner went home with both Dice and the portrait that Nancy generously painted.

EARS Adoptathon