BY SOUTHGREY.CA STAFF — The Cat's Meow, a thrift shop in Meaford which raises funds for the Grey Bruce Animal Shelter, will reopen on Saturday, July 4. The shop was recently transferred to the Grey Bruce Animal Shelter after the closing of the Blue Mountain Animal Shelter. However, due to COVID 19, the shop has been closed ever since. But organizers are excited to announce the reopening with new hours Tuesdays and Saturdays from 10 am until 2 pm.
The shop is full of high quality lightly used items at amazing prices. The store has everything from entertainment items such as books, games, CDs and DVDs, to household items and jewelry. The store will be staffed and organized by a group of dedicated volunteers. All proceeds from sales will go directly to the Grey Bruce Animal Shelter to support efforts to find new homes for displaced dogs and cats.
Proper safety precautions have been put in place. During this period of COVID restrictions, the store will only be taking donations by appointment. To arrange a donation, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 519 538-0599 to arrange a drop-off.
The Cat's Meow is a small shop so there are things they cannot accept such as clothing, stuffed furniture or toys, baby furniture/appliances such as car seats or cribs, large appliances, and electronics.
Visit www.grey-bruceanimalshelter.com/store for the latest information about the store.
The shop is located at 40 Sykes Street, Unit 2 in Meaford. The entrance is off Boucher Street, south of Sykes.
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