Cat Angels Pet Adoptions

Elizabeth Towns shares a moment with a feline resident of Cat Angels Pet Adoptions in Cary, NC on June 15, 2020. While adoptions soared early in the pandemic, the center has quickly filled back up.
Julie Rouse soothes Guinevere before a brushing in the purple room at Cat Angels Pet Adoptions in Cary, NC on June 15, 2020. During her shift Rouse will feed the cats, clean the litter boxes, groom the cats if needed, and finally engage in play with laser pointers and feathered fishing rods.
Guinevere receives a brushing at Cat Angels Pet Adoptions in Cary, NC on June 15, 2020. Brushing is carefully done to avoid over-stimulating the cats, and Guinevere does indeed appear relaxed.
Bradley Rouse inspects a handful of kitten chow as the hungry cats look on at Cat Angels Pet Adoptions in Cary, NC on June 15, 2020. Rouse has been volunteering with Cat Angels since the start of Covid-19 and enjoys learning job skills while helping the animals.
A volunteer comforts a cat at Cat Angels Pet Adoptions in Cary, NC on June 15, 2020. The organization has suspended its public adopt-a-thons, but the cats can still be adopted by appointment. “Everybody, at some point, goes home,”

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Photo Credit: Bisi Cameron Yee and Activate Good’s ‘Look for the Helpers’ Photojournalism Project (See the entire collection at ActivateGood.org/Helpers)

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