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Happy December!!
Thank you so much everyone for all you do to help the cats!!
It has been an up and down few months and we are so grateful you have been on this journey with us. We have some new family members:
Sweet Isabelle is still recovering from the nightmare life she had lived!  She arrived at the shelter weighing less than 4 pounds!  Literally skin and bones.  We were horrified! She came to us from a long  and dramatic story that you can read on her page HERE.     Her before picture is on her page,  warning:  it is very graphic. We will sum it up in a few short sentences.  She was with a very bad hoarder and days away at best from death.  Over $2,000 of medical treatment helped save her life.  You made that miracle happen! She thanks you so much for giving her a chance to have a decent life!
Sweet Timmy was trapped in a spay/neuter situation.  Obviously not feral, the trappers were going to find him a home,  until he tested leukemia positive.  They tried to find a placement for him and were not successful.  They made an appointment to euthanize him.  Their vet contacted us and plead for his life.  She said she just could not euthanize a very friendly healthy fellow who could have a few years of life. We sadly had had a loss and had the space. He is a super friendly fellow! He will get to go into his room soon. He is looking for sponsors!
Update on Gabriel
Gabriel came to us with many injuries suffered trying to survive outside  in 130 mph winds of a hurricane.  He was in need of serious medical care!  Look at this fellow now! He was very feral behaving while in the cage,  now he realizes he is safe, fed, warm and dry.  No more hurricanes for this fellow.  You may see his before pictures on his page. He thanks you that he was able to have a miracle because you support the cats!!
November was a very hard month. We sadly had many sad goodbyes. Part of being a leukemia shelter is knowing that we will always loose against this horrible disease.  The best we can do is offer the cats the best life and love we can for the time they have. We know it is hard for you to see the kitties and get attached and then for us to lose them.  Many of them were with us for years that they would never have gotten because they were to be euthanized at animal control. They are so grateful that you make it possible!
We still have a few of our 2018 collectible calendars available!   Don’t miss out! Get yours today :) ==>  http://ow.ly/QohH30gRO06
Thank you so much for making us a Top Rated Charity for the 4th year in a row!!!!
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Did you know it takes more than 4 cases of wet food Every Day to feed the cats at the sanctuary ? We are having our first annual cat food drive for the cats.  Our goal is 500 cases! Will you be a food drive hero and help us during this period of giving by participating in our food drive?  Order 1, 2, 3 cases or more from our Amazon wish list today and make Snicker’s tummy happy :) Click HERE To send food!
Loki - November 1,   FIP
Mr Stubbs   November 8,  Large cancer mass in lungs
Sweet Simba - November 10,  leukemia
Holly Dolly - November 14  kidney disease
Magic  11/17   This little fellow we never even got to introduce you to.   He was only with us for about 6 weeks.  He was a very sweet senior kitty who was dropped off at animal control by his family.   He has so many things wrong with him that we just could not fix them all.  It had become kinder to let him go. He was so sweet,  we were lucky to know him for the short time we had.
Thor 11/21  Tumor
11/27  Carl
Another sweet fellow we never got to introduce you to. He was only here for 2 weeks.   He was dumped outside after his owner died.  He was both blind and deaf. This little fellow had so many things wrong with him. He spent 1/2 of his time here hospitalized.  $3,000 later and no way to fix all the things wrong with him,  we knew it was time to let him go.  He was the kindness gentle soul and is very much missed.
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Happy December!!
Thank you so much everyone for all you do to help the cats!!
It has been an up and down few months and we are so grateful you have been on this journey with us. We have some new family members:
Meet Isabelle
Sweet Isabelle is still recovering from the nightmare life she had lived!  She arrived at the shelter weighing less than 4 pounds!  Literally skin and bones.  We were horrified! She came to us from a long  and dramatic story that you can read on her page HERE.     Her before picture is on her page,  warning:  it is very graphic. We will sum it up in a few short sentences.  She was with a very bad hoarder and days away at best from death.  Over $2,000 of medical treatment helped save her life.  You made that miracle happen! She thanks you so much for giving her a chance to have a decent life!
Meet Timmy
Sweet Timmy was trapped in a spay/neuter situation.  Obviously not feral, the trappers were going to find him a home,  until he tested leukemia positive.  They tried to find a placement for him and were not successful.  They made an appointment to euthanize him.  Their vet contacted us and plead for his life.  She said she just could not euthanize a very friendly healthy fellow who could have a few years of life. We sadly had had a loss and had the space. He is a super friendly fellow! He will get to go into his room soon. He is looking for sponsors!
Update on Gabriel
Gabriel came to us with many injuries suffered trying to survive outside  in 130 mph winds of a hurricane.  He was in need of serious medical care!  Look at this fellow now! He was very feral behaving while in the cage,  now he realizes he is safe, fed, warm and dry.  No more hurricanes for this fellow.  You may see his before pictures on his page. He thanks you that he was able to have a miracle because you support the cats!!
CALENDARS are Still Available!
We still have a few of our 2018 collectible calendars available!   Don’t miss out! Get yours today :)   http://ow.ly/QohH30gRO06
Thank you so much for making us a Top Rated Charity for the 4th year in a row!!!!
Did you know it takes more than 4 cases of wet food Every Day to feed the cats at the sanctuary ? We are having our first annual cat food drive for the cats.  Our goal is 500 cases! Will you be a food drive hero and help us during this period of giving by participating in our food drive?  Order 1, 2, 3 cases or more from our Amazon wish list today and make Snicker’s tummy happy :) Click HERE To send food!
November was a very hard month. We sadly had many sad goodbyes. Part of being a leukemia shelter is knowing that we will always loose against this horrible disease.  The best we can do is offer the cats the best life and love we can for the time they have. We know it is hard for you to see the kitties and get attached and then for us to lose them.  Many of them were with us for years that they would never have gotten because they were to be euthanized at animal control. They are so grateful that you make it possible!
Loki - November 1,   FIP
Mr Stubbs   November 8,  Large cancer mass in lungs
Sweet Simba - November 10,  leukemia
Holly Dolly - November 14  kidney disease
Magic  11/17  This little fellow we never even got to introduce you to.   He was only with us for about 6 weeks.  He was a very sweet senior kitty who was dropped off at animal control by his family.   He has so many things wrong with him that we just could not fix them all.  It had become kinder to let him go. He was so sweet,  we were lucky to know him for the short time we had.
Thor 11/21  Tumor
Another sweet fellow we never got to introduce you to. He was only here for 2 weeks.   He was dumped outside after his owner died.  He was both blind and deaf. This little fellow had so many things wrong with him. He spent 1/2 of his time here hospitalized.  $3,000 later and no way to fix all the things wrong with him,  we knew it was time to let him go.  He was the kindness gentle soul and is very much missed.