There’s still some kindness in this world. If your faith in humanity is already shattered into pieces, allow us to mend it together by bringing you some inspiring stories about goodwill. Showing concern to animals is as equally as righteous as showing concern to our fellow human beings. Every time we hear stories about kind-hearted people doing good deeds to help shelter animals, it always warms the heart. These altruistic people make us realize that there’s still hope for mankind. Now, here’s another story of compassion towards animals that will surely inspire you. The Muncie Police Department, instead of charging parking violators with a fee, demanded the indebted citizens to donate cat supplies to the animal shelter.
Today a couple of our officers got a tour of Muncie Animal Care & Services. Did you know that they currently have over…
In other words, anyone can pay off their parking tickets by donating cat foods, beds, blankets, litter, or any sort of cat supplies. Donations should be given directly to the Muncie Animal Care and should be in the amount of the fine. The Muncie Police Department thought of the idea when the animal shelter complained about cat overpopulation in mid-July. With limited funds, the shelter cannot provide all the basic necessities for its feline residents. This is when the brilliant idea came to mind.
Pay your parking tickets in cat food!
Until Friday the 19th at 4 PM we are allowing folks to pay their parking tickets in cat food, kitten food, or kitty litter! Bring a donation in the amount of your ticket. The @MuncieACS is overrun with cats and kittens. We want to help! pic.twitter.com/mtwYzLdlCs
— Muncie Police (@MunciePolice) July 15, 2019
On their Facebook and Twitter pages, the Muncie Police Department posted an announcement allowing citizens to pay their parking tickets in cat supplies. But the campaign only ran though July 19. The campaign proved to be a great success as the animal shelter received overwhelming donations, thanks to the innovative of the police department. Moreover, the Muncie Police Department has gained worldwide applause as their good deed is quickly shared on social media.
“We are incredibly grateful for the support we receive from the community, and this is such a wonderful opportunity to help your local shelter,” the Muncie Animal Care wrote on Facebook. “Thank you to the Muncie Police Department for putting this together!”
The Muncie Police Department allowed citizens to pay off their parking tickets in cat supplies and donate them to the Muncie Animal Care
Pay your parking tickets in cat food! The Muncie Animal Care & Services needs your help!
Posted by Muncie Police Department on Monday, July 15, 2019
Anyone doesn’t actually need a parking ticket to donate necessary supplies to animal shelters. But the Muncie Police Department thought of this way to involve the citizens in lending a helping hand to save animals. So with or without a parking ticket, you can also make a difference by helping shelter animals get by.