BEATRICE – Rescued Before a Major Storm with a Collar Severely Imbedded in Her Neck

Beatrice had been hanging around the area for about six months. The rescuer thought she was someone’s cat until she saw her scavenging in her garbage a couple times and living in the neighbor’s crawlspace. So she trapped her just before the recent storm. She is friendly and had to be someone’s cat at one time. She had a collar on but it was so tight and embedded in her fur that the rescuer had to cut it out. Beatrice was so grateful she immediately turned over for a belly rub. Beatrice was posted everywhere in case someone was missing her but no one has stepped up.. She is missing the tip of an ear so the rescuer originally thought she was someone’s TNR though there are no colonies in that area, possibly due to the coyote population. But, it is from frost bite and it is still crusty and tender. Beatrice was brought inside. She has a urinary track infection and will be spayed/neutered (not sure if she is a female or male), tested, vaccinated, and treated for any parasites.

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Beatrice had been hanging around the area for about six months. The rescuer thought she was someone’s cat until she saw her scavenging in her garbage a couple times and living in the neighbor’s crawlspace. So she trapped her just before the recent storm. She is friendly and had to be someone’s cat at one time. She had a collar on but it was so tight and embedded in her fur that the rescuer had to cut it out. Beatrice was so grateful she immediately turned over for a belly rub. Beatrice was posted everywhere in case someone was missing her but no one has stepped up.. She is missing the tip of an ear so the rescuer originally thought she was someone’s TNR though there are no colonies in that area, possibly due to the coyote population. But, it is from frost bite and it is still crusty and tender. Beatrice was brought inside. She has a urinary track infection and will be spayed/neutered (not sure if she is a female or male), tested, vaccinated, and treated for any parasites. Please consider a Valentine’s Gift in the honor of the many Beatrices on the streets today. – diana.4paws1heart.org/donations/2,444People reached257Engagements+1.5x higherDistribution scoreBoost post

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