We are asking for donations to provide medical care for a group of kittens found in a hoarding situation. The Cat Connection was asked to coordinate the effort on finding foster homes and vetting for 30 kittens. As is usual with hoarding situations, the kittens had had no medical care and all were in need of immediate services of various degrees. Some of the kittens had upper respiratory infections and conjunctivitis. Others had more severe conditions. One kitten, who we have named Arya (because she is a brave and strong warrior princess) was the most critical, having survived a fall out of a third story window. Arya was brought by volunteers at The Cat Connection to the Emergency Room vet where she needed fluids, x-rays and surgery for her palate which had split open during the fall. Fortunately she is going to recover but her vet bill is currently at $2000...and she will require more care. And this is just for Arya. We would appreciate any assistance to continue providing housing and care for all of these kittens and for any kittens or cats that need our help. Thank you in advance for caring about these beautiful animals!
More information about The Cat Connection: We are a nonprofit cat rescue. Our goals are to control the homeless cat population, find homes for the many stray and abandoned cats in our area, and educate and support the community with responsible pet ownership, including the importance of spay/neuter.