Hi everyone! Last week I wrote about two cats needing a home. They are in South Carolina and were pulled from a feral colony. They are not feral, they are very friendly. Transportation can be arranged anywhere along the East coast and any states near South Carolina. The closer, the better as it will be less stressful of a trip. Please put your thinking caps on and help me find a way to save these two cuties. I would adopt them if my hubby would let me. I am currently trying to convince him to let me take in two older males with health issues from South Carolina. Don’t they look sweet?
Hi everyone! We are joining a new hop today byFiveSibes-# Waiting on Wednesday. This is to spotlight pets in need of forever homes. Recently I was contacted from someone in South Carolina and asked to adopt to older males. I want to and hope to soon, but after Sammy’s $1500 vet bill last week my hubby wasn’t too keen on taking in more cats- especially those with medical issues. I am working on him.
I was also asked if I knew anyone that would be interested in these two female kitties. They were rescued from a feral colony and are quite friendly. They are guestimated to be 1 or 2 years old. They are currently living in cages in someone’s garage which I guess is better than being outside, but they sure could use a forever home. I have transportation that can be arranged pretty much anywhere along the East coast- anyone out there from Maine to Florida know of anyone that would like to adopt them?
Hi everyone! Thank you for all the purrs and prayers for Sammy. We got good news yesterday. He has a murmur, but not a gallop. Gallops are very bad so I am relieved. He can also get his dental now. I actually think I am going to bring him to this new place where he got his echocardiogram- they are amazing. It is an hour away, but he travels well.
Today is Straw Hat Day.
We also want to give our condolences to CatRescue on the loss of beautiful Appie. To visit, click here.
And Lone Star Cats on the loss of handsome Crockett. To visit, click here.