Kitten Rescue is currently raising money to remodel its Homeless Cat Sanctuary in Los Angeles, California. Since May 2006 Kitten Rescue has retained approximately 150 cat at the facility at any given time. For some felines, the Sanctuary is a temporary home until going into an adoptive or foster home. Other cats will likely live their entire lives at the sanctuary due to illness, temperament, or some other unfortunate circumstance. Kitten Rescue intends to remodel the Sanctuary to make it a safer and better equipped home for kitties.
To assist in this process, the accomplished architect Marc Randy Robinson donated his services and prepared the blueprints for the remodel. The plans entail reorganizing the layout of the Sanctuary to better accommodate the needs of Kitten Rescue. For example, the remodel would create additional space for isolating cats that cannot (temporarily or permanently) mingle with other cats. The estimated cost is projected in the range of $250,000-$275,000. Kitten Rescue is currently raising money for the project and hopes to commence construction in the near future!
We want to specially thank Marc Randy Robinson for donating all of his time, effort, and expertise for the creation of the blueprints. Robinson is the Principal for Robinson Architects, an architectural firm located in Nevada City, California and specializing in custom renovations, new residential and commercial architecture. For more information on Robinson or his firm visit http://www.robinson-architects.com/home.htm .
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