Siesta Key Storage cages donated to help homeless pets

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Preparing the transformation of two building sites for the proposed hotel and parking structure

Siesta Key Storage building, located on Old Stickney Point Road

As the Siesta Key Storage building, located on Old Stickney Point Road, is emptied and prepared for demolition for the proposed new hotel, Nate’s Honor Animal Rescue will be the fortunate recipient of much of its content.  

Two workers from Nate’s Honor Animal Rescue removing the storage cages inside Siesta Key Storage

Island resident Dr. Gary Kompothecras, of “1-800-Ask Gary,” donated the storage cages so they can be repurposed to help house the homeless pets. The cages will be distributed to numerous animal shelters throughout Florida and Georgia.

Nate’s Honor Animal Rescue, aka The Ranch, is located at 4951 Lorraine Rd., in Bradenton.  Their mission is to save the lives of homeless pets by changing the way our community views animal sheltering and shelter pets. Nate’s provides an educational and family friendly environment that changes the future of one animal, one family, and one generation at a time.

This non-profit animal rescue provides rescued dogs and cats with a safe, no-kill environment while they wait to be adopted. Nate’s Honor Animal Rescue saves about 2,100 animals each year. 

Destruction of the building to make room for the proposed parking structure phot November 10, 2019
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