To provide medical care to rescued cats and kittens
It enables us to provide needed medical care to our cats.
One: Abraham, not adopted yet; he is still recovering from his injuries.
Abraham was recently (October 2018) rescued off the streets and was in very rough shape! He got his ear sutured, was given a nice bath, had the abscess removed from under his tongue, and had his ears cleaned out, as he had horrible ear mites. We were all supporting and giving him as much medical attention as he needs. His foster mom says that he is such a love bug. Doesn’t like dogs. Loves wet food. He loves to rub all over you. He is the biggest lap cat. He will let you hold him, but only for a bit. Loves to have his ears rubbed. He doesn’t mind other cats as long as they are laid-back. I showed him a kitten; he paid no attention. Abraham is a very, very sweet boy and deserves a second chance. Humans have failed him! He was born around May of 2017 and is fixed, up-to-date on shots and FIV/FELV-negative.
UPDATE ON ABRAHAM as of November 2018: BECAUSE HIS EAR IS VERY BAD HE WILL BE SEEING THE VET EVERY WEEK FOR LASER TREATMENT UNTIL HIS EAR IS HEALED.
He has not been adopted yet; his wounds need to heal. We have not posted him to Petfinder yet. It’s too soon.