JAMESTOWN - The Chautauqua County Humane Society is holding a bike raffle to help raise the funds for the Cat Colony Renewal Project campaign currently underway.
CCHS is raffling off a new bicycle and customizable accessory package valued at $500 donated by the Jamestown Cycle Shop. There is a sample bike on display in the CCHS Adoption Center Lobby. The winner will have the option to choose a bike and accessory package to fits their needs.
The contest began Tuesday, July 3, and the winning ticket will be drawn on Saturday, Sept. 15. Tickets are $5 each and can be purchased at the Strunk Road Adoption Center, 2nd Chances Thrift Store in the Fairmount Plaza and the Jamestown Cycle Shop.
The Chautauqua County Humane Society is holding a bike raffle to help raise the funds for the Cat Colony Renewal Project campaign.
The Cat Colony Renewal Project involves a plan to renovate the existing space where cats are housed in the CCHS shelter. The reconstruction will give the felines a better quality of life while awaiting adoption. Hygiene will be improved by updating to surfaces that are more easily sanitized. Feline stress will be reduced with more space and climbing options, and adoptability will be enhanced with an improved public viewing window wall along with an updated "Get Acquainted Room." The goal for the project is $25,000 and currently the capital campaign is nearly half way to the goal.
Anyone interested in selling tickets for this effort should contact Sue Bloom at 665-2209 ext. 205. For more on CCHS, call 665-2209 or visit www.spcapets.com.