9-5-2015
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We don’t see with our EYES, we see with our hearts T-Shirt fundraiser. 100% of the net proceeds will go towards our spay/neuter program. As of 8/31/2015  we have fixed 1003 cats!   Thank you for helping us continue towards our 1500 cat goal for the year!  Here is the link: http://www.booster.com/seewithheart
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Do you like Wine?  We now have 6 wonderful wines available with adorable BCR Labels! Would make a great gift for the wine lovers in your life. 
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Cat Updates
Snicker is doing well
Boots, Autumn & Casey are doing well
Wifi had a bad upper respiratory infection. With antibiotics, he is doing well now.
Greta is doing well,  eating on her own.  She still has a feeding tube.  She is getting several antibiotics. It is much easier on both of us having the feeding tube.  She will go back for Chest X-rays in another week to see if she is over the pneumonia.
Shelly has asthma.  Last week she began having a severe asthma attack and was taken to the vet. After a few hours they advised us they felt she needed to go to Raleigh.   Raleigh hospitalized her in their ICU and she was there for 3 days to get the asthma under control.  $2000 later, she is home. Asthma is an illness that cats can get just like humans. Feline asthma-very similar to human asthma-is a chronic  INFLAMMATION of the small passageways of a cat’s lungs. When an asthma attack occurs, these passageways thicken and constrict, making it very difficult for a cat to breathe. This often leads to respiratory distress, which can become grave in a matter of minutes. The lungs may also begin to discharge mucus into the airways, leading to fits of coughing and wheezing. Some cats with milder cases only experience a slight, chronic cough. Because asthma can quickly become  a life-threatening health problem, any coughing cat needs a veterinary evaluation. What Are the General Symptoms of Asthma in Cats? Coughing and wheezing Persistent cough Squatting with shoulders hunched, neck extended and  rapid breathing or gasping for breath Gagging up foamy mucus Open mouth breathing Blue lips and gums Labored breath after exertion Overall weakness and lethargy What Causes Asthma in Cats? While there are a number of factors that contribute to asthma in cats, it is thought to develop as a result of allergic bronchitis. Allergic bronchitis occurs when the AIRWAYS in a cat's lungs become inflamed due to an inhaled allergen  or other substance that stimulates the immune system.   Approx 1 in 100 cats have asthma - perhaps more, as the  symptoms are often confused with hairballs.  If your cats  have any of the symptoms above.  Please have your cat  evaluated by your vet. There is so much info out there for you, I will let you finish reading the article here:  http://pets.webmd.com/cats/asthma-symptoms-cats Did you know cats with asthma get some of their medications the same way as humans do?  They prescribe inhalers for cats too!   How do you use an inhaler with a cat you ask?
You get an Aerokat.  The inhaler goes in the end and you simply put the mask on your cats face and push down the inhaler.  Pretty cool huh?
Meet Midnight
Sweet Midnight is a leukemia positive kitty.  He was living outside being cared for by an elderly caretaker.  She, sadly, is having to go into a nursing home.  Her sister (elderly also) stepped in to take over her sister’s affairs.  She got all the outside cats fixed but Midnight.  No rescue was willing to take a leukemia positive cat.   He is friendly,  loves cat nip toys but is very scared right now.  He is looking for sponsors, click sponsor me if you would like to help.
Thank you!
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
Pepper & the Shoe
Little Pepper is blind & Leukemia positive.    Many people do not realize a blind cat plays just like a seeing cat does.  As you can see, Pepper does.   Pepper became blind because he was abandoned as a baby, and got sick with an upper respiratory infection.
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 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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9-5-2015
CLICK PICTURES TO ENLARGE
We don’t see with our EYES, we see with our hearts T-Shirt fundraiser. 100% of the net proceeds will go towards our spay/neuter program. As of 8/31/2015  we have fixed 1003 cats!   Thank you for helping us continue towards our 1500 cat goal for the year!  Here is the link: http://www.booster.com/seewithheart
Shirts for Sale
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 done so yet :) 
Cat Updates
Snicker is doing well
Wifi had a bad upper respiratory infection. With antibiotics, he is doing well now.
Boots, Autumn & Casey are doing well
Greta is doing well,  eating on her own.  She still has a feeding tube.  She is getting several antibiotics. It is much easier on both of us having the feeding tube.  She will go back for Chest X-rays in another week to see if she is over the pneumonia.
Shelly has asthma.  Last week she began having a severe asthma attack and was taken to the vet. After a few hours they advised us they felt she needed to go to Raleigh.   Raleigh hospitalized her in their ICU and she was there for 3 days to get the asthma under control.  $2000 later, she is home. Asthma is an illness that cats can get just like humans. Feline asthma-very similar to human asthma-is a chronic  INFLAMMATION of the small passageways of a cat’s lungs. When an asthma attack occurs, these passageways thicken and constrict, making it very difficult for a cat to breathe. This often leads to respiratory distress, which can become grave in a matter of minutes. The lungs may also begin to discharge mucus into the airways, leading to fits of coughing and wheezing. Some cats with milder cases only experience a slight, chronic cough. Because asthma can quickly become  a life-threatening health problem, any coughing cat needs a veterinary evaluation. What Are the General Symptoms of Asthma in Cats? Coughing and wheezing Persistent cough Squatting with shoulders hunched, neck extended and  rapid breathing or gasping for breath Gagging up foamy mucus Open mouth breathing Blue lips and gums Labored breath after exertion Overall weakness and lethargy What Causes Asthma in Cats? While there are a number of factors that contribute to asthma in cats, it is thought to develop as a result of allergic bronchitis. Allergic bronchitis occurs when the AIRWAYS in a cat's lungs become inflamed due to an inhaled allergen  or other substance that stimulates the immune system.   Approx 1 in 100 cats have asthma - perhaps more, as the  symptoms are often confused with hairballs.  If your cats  have any of the symptoms above.  Please have your cat  evaluated by your vet. There is so much info out there for you, I will let you finish reading the article here:  http://pets.webmd.com/cats/asthma-symptoms-cats Did you know cats with asthma get some of their medications the same way as humans do?  They prescribe inhalers for cats too!   How do you use an inhaler with a cat you ask?
Do you like Wine?  We now have 6 wonderful wines available with adorable BCR Labels! Would make a great gift for the wine lovers in your life. 
Meet Midnight
Sweet Midnight is a leukemia positive kitty.  He was living outside being cared for by an elderly caretaker.  She, sadly, is having to go into a nursing home.  Her sister (elderly also) stepped in to take over her sister’s affairs.  She got all the outside cats fixed but Midnight.  No rescue was willing to take a leukemia positive cat.   He is friendly,  loves cat nip toys but is very scared right now.  He is looking for sponsors, click sponsor me if you would like to help.
You get an Aerokat.  The inhaler goes in the end and you simply put the mask on your cats face and push down the inhaler.  Pretty cool huh?
HAPPY LABOR DAY! I made you a special  JibJab,  Click HERE To see it.  I think it will make you laugh :) I hope everyone has a safe weekend!!
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Thank you!
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