a young kitty with a story to share. She came to the shelter earlier in the year
and her blood work showed a faint positive for feline leukemia. Today, 16 weeks
later, she still shows a very, very faint positive. She is a complete love with
a fun, happy disposition. She is our latest office kitty and we do hope her
re-test in 8 weeks goes well. Meanwhile she is cruising freely in the office,
keeping everyone entertained with all her antics! But, a forever home for Gracie
is what we are all hoping for!
GIVING IT ANOTHER TRY...
Storm, a survivor boy ready for a indoor home.
A remarkable black cat was surrendered to HSIMC last November by a woman who had been feeding him as a stray for about a year. She was moving and could not take him with her. Since there was no one else to feed him she brought him to the shelter. The cat had obviously suffered a severely broken hip that had healed on its own, but the leg does not function properly. The thing is that no one told the cat that his leg doesn’t work! He dashes about, climbs, jumps up and down and plays as though it’s the most normal thing in the world. Thanks to his micro-chip we found out he was a 2010 kitten from HSIMC named Storm. That led us to his original owner who had given him to another party. What happened after that is not known, but he showed himself to be a survivor. He is now looking for a real FOREVER home. Given the fact that he was orphaned at four weeks, adopted and then given to another party at some point suffered a bad break and then had to come back to the shelter because he was losing his angel we think his forever home should be an INDOOR home. Other than having a strange leg he is perfectly healthy. He has been combo tested and brought up to date on his vaccinations and is ready to give adoption another try.
The Humane Society is still in desperate need of funds to help pay
for ongoing care for our special needs animals.
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