We have rescued your new family member!
Puddleswas found inside the water treatment plant on a cold January day in 2005. The vet believes she is a 2-5 years old, but she only weighed 4 1/2 pounds! The poor girl was skin and bones! She was up to 7 1/2 pounds, but has lost weight recentlyl. Puddles had dental surgery and a difficult spay on March 29, 2005. She had a canine tooth pulled and some reconstructive jaw work done. During the spay they found several cysts on her ovaries, as well. We are grateful to www.Catsincrisis.org for raising the funds to cover the dental portion of Puddles surgery. Then in May of 2005 we found mammary gland cancer. Poor Puddles had two surgeries to remove her mammary gland chains and 5 treatments of chemo! She was in remission for 13 months, but now the cancer has returned in her lungs! Puddles has had 6 more rounds of chemo and is awaiting a check up to see what lays ahead. While Puddles cannot be adopted out because of her needs, we desperately need sponsorship of Puddles to be able to continue her care. She is our rescues mascot and is dearly loved by all our volunteers and all who visit us. Please consier making a donation to our rescue to help us pay for her expensive care. MOST IMPORTANTLY, please spay and neuter all of your pets BEFORE their first heat cycle to avoid the possiblity of them getting mammary gland cancer! This cancer is avoidable if you act NOW! Your sponsorship money is a tax-deductable donation!
All adoptions come with a complementary 4 lb bag of cat food, a 7 lb bag of cat litter and a free month of pet insurance!
Please consider sponsoring a cat or kitten. Adoption fees don't cover all their needs or the care they receive. Your tax deductable donation helps to keep our rescue running!