We focus on TNR and improving the lives of community cats. We do rescue and adoptions only on a small scale due to the fact that it takes time, attention, and funds away from the overall population of community cats that is most vulnerable. We operate rescue and adoption as needed and in order to remove kittens from feral colonies. In less than 1 year we have TNR'd upwards of 100 cats, and counting.
We have one special male cat with us that needs help. His name is Freckles, (nicknamed heart nose due to the shape and color of his nose). He was abandoned along with over a dozen other cats on an old, 200 acre horse farm in the Laureldale section of Mays Landing, NJ. We helped pushed to get the cats trapped, safe, and then relocated properly. We took Freckles into rescue and over time found out that he is 100% friendly. He was pending his last set of vaccines to be placed up for adoption. Now he has developed urinary problems and needs an emergency vet visit today. Treatment could be $300 if it is only a UTI, or over $1000 if it is a blockage.
The concern is that his treatment will then take a large majority of our funds away from community cats that desperately need TNR. We could possibly need to stop operating until we can bring in more funds. We are new, small, and not well known so funding is very limited. We make the small amount that we get go a very long way.
Help us with Freckles' medical care so that we can continue helping the community cat population.