We have rescued 14 friendly cats who required thousands of dollars of medical care and are up for adoption. There are still approximately 40 feral cats left in the colony who need to be trapped, neutered, and released.
There is a large population of feral and friendly cats in the Bay Area. We have rescued the 14 friendly cats so far, with a remaining possible 40-50 feral cats.
Over the course of many veterinary appointments, we have given our rescued cats antibiotics for their upper respiratory infections and eye infections. Many of the cats were severely underweight and dehydrated. Three cats have eye ulcers and are possibly each blind in one eye.
One cat, Video, had a rectal prolapse that was left untreated for possibly years. She underwent a colopexy surgery she needed to correct the prolapse and prevent it from recurring.
An orange kitten, Beautiful, has one socket that was badly infected and swollen shut. It appears that there is no eye in the socket, however, she will need to have the remaining tissue removed and the socket sewn shut.
These fourteen cats are very well socialized and friendly cats, for adoptions email: firstname.lastname@example.org or direct message us on our Instagram: whiskers_in_need.
We are accepting donations of crates, food, and supplies, however, we really need money so we can get these animals veterinary care, and go back to trap, neuter and release the feral cats from the colony.
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