Cats need to be fixed. You can help.
Animal Rescue Connections recently received a call from an elderly resident in our community who is in need of help with her cats. Though she wouldn't tell us the exact number, we know she has at LEAST 15 indoor cats that need to be fixed. We agreed to transport as many as 15 of her cats at a time to a vet in Austin, TX, starting on September 15th, where we receive reduced rates on cat spay/neuters. Still, the cost per cat for our group is $20. Would you please consider a small donation to help us get all of her cats fixed and vaccinated? Unfortunately, she does not have the financial means to fund any of this effort. She lives in a small home with no air conditioning. Our aim in this effort is to simply step in to keep the cats from multiplying out of control. Even $5 would be very much appreciated!
My name’s Baby. They think I’m about 13 years old. On a cold and rainy day in February, my life changed for the better just when I thought it was over. My owner had died and his family didn’t want anything to do with me. They had tossed me in the garage and barely gave me food or a warm place to sleep. I was terrified so much that my hair had started falling out.
A concerned neighbor reached out to rescue groups and Animal Rescue Connections answered. A kind woman took me in. I went to a vet where they found out I was struggling with a bladder infection on top of some kidney issues. They gave me some medicine and some good food and sent me home.
From then on, I stayed in a nice comfy home where I get lots of love and attention. I’m completely deaf, so my foster mama knows to come up to me carefully so she doesn’t scare me. I’m also declawed. For these reasons, I am too scared to be around other animals. I need to be your only kitty, but I have so much love to give.
Since I’ve come to this warm and safe place, I’ve gotten so much stronger. My hair has all grown back and I’m full of life, even if I may be up there in age. The special food I’m eating has fixed me up great. The vet says my numbers look fantastic (whatever that means)! Looks like I’ve got a lot of life still in me.
I’m so grateful for this second chance at life. I’m full of love and purrs. Do you have room in your heart for this sweet old lady? Need to complete your own family? Come see our adoptable cats at PetSmart at Highway 281 and Evans Road. An adoption counselor is on duty 5-7 p.m. weekdays and noon to 5 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays. You can also see our other adoptable dogs and cats in foster at http://www.petfinder.com/shelters/TX538.html or
Animal Rescue Connections' Helpline: 210-474-0083 (leave a message)
Address: P.O. Box 239, Bulverde TX 78163
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