To buy two trays of Feline Ultra Nasal FVRCP vaccines
It helped protects incoming cats from disease and helped to make them adoption ready.
Skip Jack was rescued from a tree by a local animal control officer. Upon arrival, he was vaccinated and neutered. Although not feral, Skip Jack is having a difficult time adjusting in a shelter environment. He has not been adopted, but will be transferred to a rescue partner this week with volunteers who specialize in cats like Skip Jack. This is a prime example of the positive impact collaborations can have: government agencies working with shelters, working with rescues, all with the same goals in mind.