My GOODNESS he is the sweetest talkative declawed senior. He is gentle and tolerant everything we have had to do on him. We ran full bloods and urine on him. He does have a heart murmur which may be caused by his most disgusting oral health that he had. It did not cause an aneasthetic problem at all! And the good news is that we had to remove all his canines/ premolars and molars. So this translates to the likelihood that there will be no MORE DENTAL BILLS, He only has a few very healthy those teeny tiny incisors remaining. We have vaccinated him. Please adopt this gentleman.
Too cute!!!! He has now been neutered and is ready to do some Social Distancing with you! He is a little shy but so very gentle and sweet! It was a confusing time in his life! But when we pet him I know he is thanking the stars above for being given a second chance. He will be shy at first so it will be best to keep in a quiet place and let him explore at his own speed. Sometimes being in a clinic is very scary for them. If you are interested please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Shelter File # SV-10133
Received basic vaccination
+/- 2 years old
Gentle during exam
Obviously adorable…….and I watch him at night explore the clinic and visit the others. Its very sweet. He is just blending right in! LOVE HIM. LOVE THEM ALL!
SHELTER File # SV-10175
Owner surrender: too many cats
Received basic vaccination
+/- 4 years old
AS PER OWNER:
Calm, affectionate, vocal
Wasn’t going outdoors
OK with kids over 6 years old, men, women, dogs and cats
No bite history
The neglect changes you.
The abuse hardens you.
The suffering breaks you. …
The ignorance angers you.
The indifference disturbs you.
The injustice destroys you.
On a daily basis…your faith will be tested.
Your heart will be wounded….
Your soul will be altered.
On a weekly basis…you’ll question yourself.
You’ll question your strength.
You’ll question the world.
On a monthly basis…you’ll fall down.
You’ll get up.
You’ll go on…
On a yearly basis…you’ll look back…
You’ll see faces…
You couldn’t save them.
You’ll learn to mourn.
You’ll learn to trust a little less.
To do a little more.
To fight a little harder.
You’ll learn to try.
You’ll learn to fail.
You’ll learn when to hold on.
When to give up.
When to let go.
You’ll learn who you are.
What you stand for.
Why that matters.
Then… at times… you’ll forget why you matter.
You’ll question what you’re doing.
You’ll wonder if it’s worth it.
But…here’s the good news… When you forget…
When you question…
When you wonder…
All you have to do…
Is take a look around…
And you’ll see them.
You’ll see their faces.
You’ll see their smiles.
You’ll feel their love.
In their eyes, you’ll see their journeys…
You’ll remember their beginnings…
You’ll know how far they’ve come…
You’ll remember when they didn’t know you…
When they didn’t trust you…
When they’d given up.
You’ll remember how you healed them…
How you loved them…
How they loved you, too.
And as you look back…
You’ll want to move forward…
For them… and because of them.
In your darkest hours, you’ll look around…
To find the differences made…the hope given…
and the lives saved…
Because you existed.
In those moments, when you look into their eyes…
Every doubt will be erased.
Every question will be answered.
Every worry will subside.
Because in that instant…in each of your hearts…
You both share the very same thought: “Every bit of pain was worth it…for this moment here with you.”
And honestly…no matter what else happens…
Those moments hold all the strength you need…
To keep going.
Rescue is pain.
Rescue is joy.
Rescue is worth it…because they are worth it.
And that’s the honest truth.
~ Ashley Owen Hill
February 2014 A gentle touch, a warm lap, a hug . Our previously abused or neglected cats have maybe never known any simple acts of kindness until they came here. They are unloved. The unwanted. And they are desperately waiting to be rescued.
Most of our cats were rescued from a high kill Quebec shelter, a shelter that takes in all unwanted cats. Unfortunately, because of the failing economy in that area, the shelter is overrun and due to this high volume, cats must be euthanized if they can’t be placed within several days of their capture or drop-off at the facility. The shelter partly relies on Bay Cat Hospital to save as many as we can. We cannot save more cats from this shelter until our current family gets placed. So please open your homes and hearts if you can.
Thank you all for your assistance in our endless rescue efforts in the past and thank you for spreading the word about these previously disposed of cats. We couldn’t have placed them without you.
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