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Keller's Kats Rescue: Grant Report

How did this grant help your organization and the pets in your care?

We used this grant to reduce the fees for hard-to-place cats.

The placement of these cats in caring homes freed up space for us to bring in additional cats who were equally deserving of homes.

How many pets did this grant help?


Please provide a story of one or more specific pets this grant helped.

Twiggie (first photo) was paralyzed and in a diaper when she came into the rescue. Extensive physical therapy provided by her foster has enabled her to regain a majority of her rear-leg function. She is a foster fail!

Ludo and Tibbs (second photo): These siblings suffered from eyelid agenisis and required surgery; we waived their fees to get them the best placement.

Timon & Pumba (third photo) were bonded 9-month-old brothers; Timon has a severe case of cerebellar hypoplasia and relies on his brother for safety and security.

Melon and Peach (fourth photo) are being adopted this week at a reduced rate by a previous adopter who just lost her cat to kidney disease.

Cal and Sailor Jerry (fifth photo) are bonded 5-year-old brothers who both suffer from cerebellar hypoplasia; they had been returned and we were able to place them again.

Allie & Kelly (sixth photos) are bonded 3-year-old sisters whom we would not separate.

Habanero needed to be in a single-owner home with no other pets. Oreo needed to stay with his foster, as he was just too shy to meet other adopters.

These cats were all adopted.

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