3/29/21 – This is Nebula and Gamorrah. The Cat Ambassador contacted us in February to assist with entropion surgery for two cats who had been rescued with very serious eye infections. The cats were rescued and placed in a ‘foster to adopt’ home but unfortunately, the potential adopter wasn’t able to socialize them and advised the rescue. They were advised that the cats never came out of hiding. The Cat Ambassador was contacted and they realized that the cats had not been getting their eye medications and that the cats had probably been hiding due to the excruciating pain they were experiencing. Because of veterinarian closures, the cats couldn’t get in to see a specialist until February and after being treated for the infections (again), the doctor determined that both cats also needed surgeries for entropion of the eyes. Nebula and Gamorrah had their surgeries and are doing very well and for the first time are playing and seem to be out of pain. We were happy to help with these very sweet innocents who will be looking for their furever home. – diana
Without the financial support of our donors and local businesses, cats like Nebula and Gamorrah, would have to be euthanized because of the cost of potential surgeries. But instead they will live healthy and happy lives!! THANK YOU.