Second Chance Shows Off New Quarters in Re-opening

New quarters have allowed the Second Chance Cat Rescue to better customize their facilities. (Photo by Pat Blair)
New quarters have allowed the Second Chance Cat Rescue to better customize their facilities. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Second Chance Cat Rescue's new quarters on Gabrielle Court are about the same size as the old facility, but the cat rescue organization has been able to better customize the space to meet its needs.

Rachel Kristiansen, who's the Second Chance director of program, elaborated in an interview with Sheridan Media during the organization's grand re-opening Saturday afternoon.

Features include suites for cats who need to be isolated from the other cats, as well as a special room for kittens and two enclosed outdoor areas, one for adult cats and another for the kittens.

Second Chance takes in all cats that are in need of rescue, but Kristiansen said the organization is the only one in the region that specializes in the care of special needs cats, such as those that are diabetic or paralyzed or blind.

She said Second Chance gets a lot of special needs cats from other rescue organizations and shelters, because the organization has a lot of resources that others don't.

Cats enjoy the accommodations while awaiting adoption. (Photo by Pat Blair)
Cats enjoy the accommodations while awaiting adoption. (Photo by Pat Blair)
A visitor to the grand re-opening makes friends with one of the cats. (Photo by Pat Blair)
A visitor to the grand re-opening makes friends with one of the cats. (Photo by Pat Blair)
SheridanWyoming.com

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