Thank you so much!
Thank you everyone who purchased a Peace, Love & Cats shirt! You raised $5430.00 to help save cat’s lives! Your kindness will spay/neuter 108 cats!  Your generosity will prevent thousands of homeless babies from being born!  Thank you so much for your generosity!
Meet Keller
Keller is an old fellow (18 ish) who has been with us for 9 years.  He has had some health issues during the years. We had him have radiation treatment for hyperthyroid. He has some kidney disease. He also sprays like crazy and walks in circles. He is a sweet old fellow who gets a long well with the others.
You may watch him live on Ustream on Wednesday.
Why do cats walk in circles?  They could have medical issues.  (Ours have had very through exams and x-rays. (He does not have medical problems.) Could be an inner ear issue. (He does not have that.) Could be a way to exercise without hitting anything. Could be anxiety, Could be boredom.   We don’t know why he does it, he is not talking and telling us (big smile) If you watch him, don’t be surprised when you see him walking in circles.
Are you allergic to cats?
First I thought I would tell you a little bit about cat allergies. Sadly many of my friends end up in the animal control because people get a kitten and then discover that someone in the home is allergic to it. Many times they just dump us off at the animal control because they do not know they have other choices. Cat allergies are twice as common as dog allergies. Many people think they are allergic to our fur, but that is not true. What they are allergic to are the proteins in the cat's saliva, urine, and dander(dry flakes of skin) So if you have allergies, you have an oversensitive immune system. You mistake our harmless cat dander as something dangerous and start attacking them like you would if you had a virus. The systems you have are the side effects of your body attacking the dander.    Continue reading HERE
Meet Candy
Candy came to us 6 years ago from animal control.  We were told she was blind and developmentally compromised.  She is neither. The reason animal control felt she was “compromised” is because she would jump off of climbers instead of backing down them like most blind cats do.  She does that because she can see. She is a handful.  We often say she is spoiled. Candy gets what she wants :) She loves to be held in your arms like a baby. Because of your support  she gets to have a life with love and quality care.
She is a wheel runner.
She also hoards toys:
You may watch her live on Saturday’s on Ustream.tv/blindcatrescue and on her meshare camera
Thank you so much to you that have already rated us! Your ratings help us with future grants! We hope you will take a minute to rate us if you have not done so yet :)
Please Rate us!
If you love the cats and what we are doing, please take a minute to rate us.   You made us a top rated charity  in 2015 & 2016. Will you help us be a top rated charity 3 years in a row?
Meet Diana and Elizabeth
Diane with Taffy
Elizabeth
Elizabeth came to visit us from Louisiana. She also sponsors Jamie. Diana drove down from Ohio. The ladies both wanted to come visit the cats and help for a few days and are staying at the guest house. You may watch them doing boxes and doing some of the tours. You may come and visit the cats and stay at the guest house for free. The only requirement to staying at the guest house is you must come clean in the morning.  Email me if you want more info
Glamorous work isn’t it?
CONTEST TIME
Please help Blind Cat Rescue win 5000 Meals for the cats! Scroll down under the form to Blind Cat Rescue and click the VOTE button... do NOT fill out the form :) click here==> http://ow.ly/VRf73098Uk9  Thank you for helping!! One vote every 24 hours  :)
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2-25-17
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RIP Jerry
Sadly Valentine’s Day Jerry began having problems breathing. The vet and I  agreed that it was time to let him go.  His x-rays showed he was full of tumors. He was such a sweet fellow and will be missed by all of us that knew him. 
2-24-17
Thank you so much!
Thank you everyone who purchased a Peace, Love & Cats shirt! You raised $5430.00 to help save cat’s lives! Your kindness will spay/neuter 108 cats!  Your generosity will prevent thousands of homeless babies from being born!  Thank you so much for your generosity!
Meet Keller
Keller is an old fellow (18 ish) who has been with us for 9 years.  He has had some health issues during the years. We had him have radiation treatment for hyperthyroid. He has some kidney disease. He also sprays like crazy and walks in circles. He is a sweet old fellow who gets a long well with the others.
You may watch him live on Ustream on Wednesday.
Why do cats walk in circles?  They could have medical issues.  (Ours have had very through exams and x-rays. (He does not have medical problems.) Could be an inner ear issue. (He does not have that.) Could be a way to exercise without hitting anything. Could be anxiety, Could be boredom.   We don’t know why he does it, he is not talking and telling us (big smile) If you watch him, don’t be surprised when you see him walking in circles.
Are you allergic to cats?
First I thought I would tell you a little bit about cat allergies. Sadly many of my friends end up in the animal control because people get a kitten and then discover that someone in the home is allergic to it. Many times they just dump us off at the animal control because they do not know they have other  choices. Cat allergies are twice as common as dog allergies. Many people think they are allergic to our fur, but that is not true. What they are allergic to are the proteins in the cat's saliva, urine, and dander (dry flakes of skin) So if you have allergies, you have an oversensitive  immune system. You mistake our harmless cat dander as something dangerous and start attacking them like you would if you had a virus. The systems you have are the side effects of your body attacking the dander.    Continue reading HERE
Please Rate us!
If you love the cats and what we are doing, please take a minute to rate us.   You made us a top rated charity  in 2015 & 2016. Will you help us be a top rated charity 3 years  in a row?
Thank you so much to you that have already rated us! Your ratings help us with future grants! We hope you will take a minute to rate us if you have not done so yet :)
Meet Candy
Candy came to us 6 years ago from animal control.  We were told she was blind and developmentally compromised.  She is neither. The reason animal control felt she was “compromised” is because she would jump off of climbers instead of backing down them like most blind cats do.  She does that because she can see. She is a handful.  We often say she is spoiled. Candy gets what she wants :) She loves to be held  in your arms like a baby. Because of your support  she gets to have a life with love and quality care.
She is a wheel runner.
Meet Diana and Elizabeth
Diane with Taffy
Elizabeth
Elizabeth came to visit us from Louisiana. She also sponsors Jamie. Diana drove down from Ohio. The ladies both wanted to come visit the cats and help for a few days and are staying at the guest house. You may watch them doing boxes and doing some of the tours. You may come and visit the cats and stay at the guest house for free. The only requirement to staying at the guest house is you must come clean in the morning.  Email me if you want more info
Glamorous work isn’t it?
CONTEST TIME
Please help Blind Cat Rescue win 5000 Meals for the cats! Scroll down under the form to Blind Cat Rescue and click the VOTE button... do NOT fill out the form :) click here==> http://ow.ly/VRf73098Uk9  Thank you for helping!! One vote every 24 hours  :)
If you follow us on Facebook but do not see our posts in your newsfeed, please
Thank you for reading!
Did you know that if you click the previous button,  you may read older copies of the newsletters?
previous  previous next  next
RIP Jerry
Sadly Valentine’s Day Jerry began having problems breathing. The vet and I  agreed that it was time to let him go.  His x-rays showed he was full of tumors. He was such a sweet fellow and will be missed by all of us that knew him.