Bella Vista Animal Shelter, Inc.: A Shot at Life Vaccination Grant Report
How did this grant help your organization and the pets in your care?
FVRCP injections for our cats.
By providing needed injections which keep our cats healthy. The healthier we can have the animals in our care, the more adoptable they are.rn
How many pets did this grant help?
This grant has vaccinated 52 cats and kittens since we received them August 12, 2013
Please provide a story of one or more specific pets this grant helped.
On October 4th, 8 month old dilute calico, Angel came into our shelter with a kitten that she saved. The lady that brought them to us said that Angel found Echo, a 6 week old siamese kitten sitting in the middle of Dartmoor Road in Bella Vista. Angel literally stood over the top of the kitten protecting her from traffic. Echo the kitten was in very bad shape and had to go to the vet that same day where they feared she would not survive. Angel had her shots and was placed in her cage but she was very depressed over Echo not being with her. Echo survived and returned to the shelter for her shots and a very purrriffic reunion with Angel! Angel has since accepted and become surrogate mom to several other new kitten arrivals, cleaning them, letting them nurse on her and calming their fears. Angel and Echo, both now spayed are available for adoption at our shelter.