Senglea Nursery organised a football tournament to raise funds for the Carers for Stray and Abandoned Felines.
This tournament was held in the Tal-Ponta Ground, in Senglea and its main objective was to increase the love and awareness towards these felines and all other animals.
Founded in 2005 by Doris Zarb, with the help of many volunteers, the CSAF shelter has grown considerably, thanks to many members and donors. Today the shelter has more than 60 beautiful cats and kittens waiting for permanent homes. Each one is welcomed with kindness and medical attention.
C.S.A.F. has cured and cared for thousands of cats. The organisation’s mission is to reduce the unwanted cat population WITHOUT killing them and to stop the suffering of the thousands of kittens born to abandoned, mistreated and homeless cats.
While presenting a cheque of €165 to the organisation on Monday, Senglea Nursery President Stephen Spiteri urged all those wishing to contribute towards the C.S.A.F., with cash or cat food, to do so by visiting Senglea Nursery’s Club or send a donation by entering the C.S.A.F. site www.csafmalta.com
On behalf of the organisation, Doris Zarb thanked the Senglea Nursery committee for organising the tournament in aid of this association and said that such an association can continue only working thanks to such acts of generosity.