Audrey Hepburn invited herself into the rescue. We were at the Post Office when she came to us and begged us to take her with us. We checked with the employees who told us she was dumped there. They felt so bad because she would go up to every person to see if they were her owners who dumped her like garbage. Since she was declawed by whoever owned her before dumping her, she was in even more danger alone and outside. She has irritable bowel disease and requires medication and a special diet. Fortunately, she has remained healthy on her medication and special food. Audrey will never leave the rescue due to her medical condition. Can you help her by sponsoring this very special movie star kitty?
Meet miracle baby Castle. Castle was a tiny baby when a horrible person threw him out of a moving car onto a very busy road. A kind businessman stopped, not sure what was thrown out of the car. He picked him up the kitten and took him to the animal specialty hospital for treatment. They called us to see if we could help the little guy who was in such bad shape. He had internal injuries and a serious compound fracture in his hind leg. His front leg suffered severe damage and it didn't look like Castle was going to make it. After taking him to our vet, surgery was performed to put pins in the hind leg where he had the compound fracture. We decided not to amputate the front leg in the hope that he could use it for balance. He's doing great today, using the front leg for balance and hopping along on his other 3 legs. He is shy, understandably, but the other cats in the rescue protect and love him so much as do we. He's everyone's little baby. Castle suffered internal injuries as well and is on a special diet. He will never leave the rescue due to his special medical needs. He is truly a miracle baby. Can you sponsor this precious kitty? Any donations made in his name will help pay for his food, litter and any medical care he needs.
Dixie is a sweet senior who was turned into the rescue when her mentally ill owner could no longer care for her. She was emaciated, full of fleas and worms. Dixie has a serious kidney disorder that requires medication and special food. She drags her back end but is not in pain. She is very sweet and tiny, and the other cats treat her like she is the Queen. Dixie loves to find odd places to curl up in. She loves to be held and cuddle. Dixie will never leave the rescue due to her serious medical issues. Can you sponsor this sweet senior lady? All donations made in her name will be used to pay her vet bills, food, and special litter.
Guinevere. We got a call from a volunteer and Guinevere was pulled from a kill shelter one day before scheduled euthanasia. A very sweet cat she has severe allergies and requires shots every 6 months along with a specialized prescription diet. Due to her medical condition, she will never leave the rescue. Will you sponsor this lovely royal lady?
Juliette, named for her elegance and beauty, was saved from a very busy intersection after being thrown out a moving car window. The volunteer who saved her risked her life by jumping out of her car to scoop her up just before Juliette was run over. Juliette suffered road rash on 20 per cent of her body. She has an autoimmune disorder which effects her eyes. She was very shy but now understands that she is safe and loved. She still requires lots of love and hugging and eye drops and medicine. Will you sponsor our lovely leading lady to help our cat rescue? She will never leave the rescue due to her medical condition.
Kitty was the first member of our cat rescue. He was left behind by his owners at their apartment complex when they moved. He was declawed and left outside the apartment. We can't imagine how he survived because he really is a softie cat Brought to us - he has been a wonderful cat. He suffers from a thyroid condition. He recently underwent radioactive thyroid treatment. He will never leave the rescue due to his medical condition. Will you sponsor the original soft kitty to help our rescue?
Mia is a Siamese who was left at our shelter along with her 5 kittens. They are beautiful and FIV positive, prone to upper respiratory infections. They will never leave the rescue due to their medical conditions. Will you sponsor this family- they are Siamese if you please!
Tinkerbell was just six months old and pregnant when we found her crying in the woods near our shelter. Shortly after she was rescued, she delivered four kittens, two of which were stillborn. The remaining two- Peter and Wendy -appear healthy. Tink is a sweet kitten and wonderful mother. We have not had them tested yet as they are our newest arrivals. We will keep you updated as they grow.