CHILI, CUMIN, AND CHUTNEY – Rescued With Upper Respiratory Infections

10/25/21 – Meet Chili, Cumin, and Chutney. This past summer we were contacted by Rebecca who moved into a home where (unbeknownst to her) there was a 13-cat colony. Due to the pandemic, appointments for sterilization were delayed and some of the cats also refused to be trapped so, unfortunately, two litters “popped up”. Rebecca successfully TNR’d 9 of the adults but needed help with the kittens. Three of them, at 5 weeks old, were Chili, Cumin and Chutney who had what appeared to be upper respiratory infections. We approved their visit to a partner vet and they were all treated for upper respiratory infections. Cumin also had what the doctor said was a horsefly larvae imbedded in his chest and that was removed. Rebecca was to cover the cost of everyone to be spayed/neutered and vaccinated. –,216People reached81EngagementsBoost post

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