A community of cats was left in our care on October 8th who needed love and
attention. A total of thirty seven felines needed to be vaccinated, spayed/neutered
and treated for ear mites and fleas. Nine of those had upper respiratory infections
that also needed antibiotics to aid them in their recovery.
The tri-state area was generous in helping with items needed to care for these babies
that were abandoned on our lawn. Donations flooded to our campus including
kitten milk replacer, kitty
litter, paper towels, monetary donations, etc. Thank you for
your kindness to these
felines in need.
After surgery recovery these fur babies were placed up for adoption. Within the first week, twenty-one of these cats were adopted into families. Seven more have found
loving families since then and six remain in foster care.