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Girl Scouts' purrfect project

Angie Frederickson
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Members of Girl Scout Troop 123012

Members of Girl Scout Troop 123012

Members of Girl Scout Troop 123012 (pictured), from St. Stephen’s Episcopal School, worked together to deliver pet supplies to the Save a Purrfect Cat Rescue program. The animal shelter was in need of basics for many rescued felines, and the Girl Scouts, led by troop leader Jean Daly, stepped up. By engaging in a Girls Scout “take action” program, the primary and lower-elementary school students collected 24 pounds of dry cat food, 60 pounds of cat litter, more than 120 cans of wet cat food, cleaning supplies, a cat carrier, scratching board, and treats. In addition, the Girl Scouts created homemade fleece blankets to use as cozy beds for kittens. 

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