9/18/2015
Facebook is hiding us big time from you!!
You are missing out on many videos etc. To fix it,  come to our Facebook page http://facebook.com/blindcatrescue and follow the picture below.
It is OPEN HOUSE WEEKEND!! The cats are excited for open house weekend! We get visitors live during the week but we get LOTS of visitors at open house!
Don’t forget we do a double LIVE tour of the shelter at noon on ROKU and http://ustream.tv/blindcatrescue Please come join us!
                        Cat Updates Chance has asthma.  He has developed bronchitis.  He is on lots of antibiotics and we expect a full recovery.  Greta has lost her feeding tube.  (It happens) Cats will pull them out, in this case it was accidentally pulled out  by me when changing her bandaging.  She is eating and doing well.  She is NOT happy about taking medication.     Boots,  Holly,  Snicker,  Casey  are all doing well.
Thank you so much!!
Thank you so much to everyone that  donated and purchased one of our We don’t see with our Eyes shirts!  You raised $3,451.62  That will help spay/neuter and change the lives of 69 cats!!! Thank you so much for your generosity!!
Please Rate us
Thank you so much to you that have rated us! Your ratings will help us with future grants! We hope you will take a minute to rate us if you have not done so yet :) 
We are so grateful to our wonderful eBay sellers and buyers for sharing so generously of their auctions with the cats.  We hope you will check out all their wonderful auctions  HERE
Cat bites should be taken very seriously, for they can lead to difficult-to-treat bacterial infections, according to a new study by researchers at the Mayo Clinic. The study found that almost 1/3 of the people who sought treatment at the Mayo Clinic for a cat bite in a 3 year period had to be hospitalized! What should you do if you are bitten? Immediately wash the wound throughly,  lots of  soap and water. Apply a sterile bandage to the wound. Apply antibiotic ointment to the area 3 times a day until it heals. Watch for any swelling or signs of infection. CALL YOUR DOCTOR IF: If the wound is deep you could have nerve or tendon damage. If you have diabetes, liver or lung disease or any other condition that weakens your ability to fight infection. If you have any signs of infections such as redness, swelling, warmth, increased tenderness, oozing of pus from the wound or fever. If you have bleeding that does not stop after 15 minutes. If your last tetanus shot was more than 5 years ago. If you were bitten by a wild animal or a domestic animals whose vaccination status is unknown. How to prevent cat bites: Never leave a young child alone with a pet. Do NOT try to separate fighting animals, you may get bit in the process.   Try spraying with water instead. (I know I know, it is hard to not step in,  every time I have gotten bitten I was separating a fight) Leave animals alone while they are eating. Avoid sick animals or animals that you don’t know whether or not they are vaccinated.  (I know it is hard to pass up petting a friendly stray, I do it too!) Bottom Line,  you get bit on the hand by a cat, be prepared to go to the doctor.
Cat Bites are NOT something to mess around with!
Pledge your birthday to help the cats and receive this special edition shirt for all campaigns  raising $500 or more as our thanks.
FREE WAYS to Help The Cats Click every day:   http://shopforyourcause.com/click-to-donate/donate?ctd=4 Do you shop with Schawns?  Use our link and it helps the cats: http://schwans-cares.com/campaigns/21909-blind-cat-kitty-care    NEW LINK! Do you shop with Amazon?  Shop through  http://smile.amazon.com  and pick Blind Cat Rescue as your charity and their foundation will make a donation to the cats Make your own fund raiser for the cats.  Share your birthday, anniversary or anything else you would like.     http://blindcatrescue.org/fundraise.htm?/Members?cards=1 Do you like to run, walk, jog?  Download the resqwalk app, pick Blind Cat rescue and then will donate to us for every mile you walk.  Apple and droids :)    http://resqwalk.com
 A cute video of Skittle trying to protect his room from the purple monster.
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9/18/2015
Facebook is hiding us big time from you!!
You are missing out on many videos etc. To fix it,  come to our Facebook page http://facebook.com/blindcatrescue and follow the picture below.
It is OPEN HOUSE WEEKEND!! The cats are excited for open house weekend! We get visitors live during the week but we get LOTS of visitors at open house!
Don’t forget we do a double LIVE tour of the shelter at noon on ROKU and http://ustream.tv/blindcatrescue Please come join us!
Cat Updates
Chance has asthma.  He has developed bronchitis.  He is on lots of antibiotics and we expect a full recovery. 
Greta has lost her feeding tube.  (It happens) Cats will pull them out, in this case it was accidentally pulled out  by me when changing her bandaging.  She is eating and doing well.  She is NOT happy about taking medication.
Boots,  Holly,  Snicker,  Casey  are all doing well.
Please Rate us
Thank you so much to you that have rated us! Your ratings will help us with future grants! We hope you will take a minute to rate us if you have not done so yet :)
Cat bites should be taken very seriously, for they can lead to difficult-to-treat bacterial infections, according to a new study by researchers at the Mayo Clinic. The study found that almost 1/3 of the people who sought treatment at the Mayo Clinic for a cat bite in a 3 year period had to be hospitalized! What should you do if you are bitten? Immediately wash the wound throughly,  lots of  soap and water. Apply a sterile bandage to the wound. Apply antibiotic ointment to the area 3 times a day until it heals. Watch for any swelling or signs of infection. CALL YOUR DOCTOR IF: If the wound is deep you could have nerve or tendon damage. If you have diabetes, liver or lung disease or any other condition that weakens your ability to fight infection. If you have any signs of infections such as redness, swelling, warmth, increased tenderness, oozing of pus from the wound or fever. If you have bleeding that does not stop after 15 minutes. If your last tetanus shot was more than 5 years ago. If you were bitten by a wild animal or a domestic animals whose vaccination status is unknown. How to prevent cat bites: Never leave a young child alone with a pet. Do NOT try to separate fighting animals, you may get bit in the process.   Try spraying with water instead. (I know I know, it is hard to not step in,  every time I have gotten bitten was separating a fight) Leave animals alone while they are eating. Avoid sick animals or animals that you don’t know whether or not they are vaccinated.  (I know it is hard to pass up petting a friendly stray, I do it too!) Bottom Line,  you get bit on the hand by a cat, be prepared  to go to the doctor.
Cat Bites are NOT something to mess around with!
Pledge your birthday to help the cats and receive this special edition shirt for all campaigns  raising $500 or more as our thanks.
We are so grateful to our wonderful eBay sellers and buyers for sharing so generously of their auctions with the cats.  We hope you will check out all their wonderful auctions  HERE
 A cute video of Skittle trying to protect his room from the purple monster.
FREE WAYS to Help The Cats Click every day:   http://shopforyourcause.com/click-to-donate/donate?ctd=4 Do you shop with Schawns?  Use our link and it helps the cats: http://schwans-cares.com/campaigns/21909-blind-cat-kitty-care    NEW LINK! Do you shop with Amazon?  Shop through  http://smile.amazon.com  and pick Blind Cat Rescue as your charity and their foundation will make a donation to the cats Make your own fund raiser for the cats.  Share your birthday, anniversary or anything else you would like.     http://blindcatrescue.org/fundraise.htm?/Members?cards=1 Do you like to run, walk, jog?  Download the resqwalk app, pick Blind Cat rescue and then will donate to us for every mile you walk.  Apple and droids :)    http://resqwalk.com
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