Thursday, November 15, 2012
Recently we had two kitties brought to the clinic by a the family of a lady who claimed she couldn't care for them any longer... we get that alot. Both cats have found new homes and are doing very well. Today we received this sweet note.
" I am so happy the cats are happy and loved. Sherman was a little bashful when it came to another cat. She'd get on my lap and be so loving. Ernie was really loving too, so they really should enjoy their new homes. Carolyn "
It is so evident from this note that the decision to surrender her two cats was not an easy one for Carolyn. She knew them well and is missing them. What a difficult decision it must have been to let her beloved pets go. I want Carolyn to know how much respect I have for her for doing what she knew was best for her animals.
We at WIFCaP are delighted that we could find homes for these two kitties and put Carolyn's heart at rest.
While we see people discard their pets to fend for themselves in the streets or drop them at the clinic like a goodwill donation, this opened our eyes to those that must surrender because of health or age issues. Carolyn knew that bringing her cats to AVC would give them the best chance to have a new lease on life and it worked!! Rest easy Carolyn, your babies are being well taken care of and if you can make it over to AVC, there is always a kitty handy that will be willing to sit in your lap awhile!
Thursday, November 1, 2012
This picture of Polly is just a representation of the many kitties that will be helped because you all care. Polly is a social girl who had to have had a home at one time. She is friendly and gentle. Somehow she got left by a hotel in Panora, IA and thankfully the lady there fed her. She is #140 for getting a WIFCaP Spa treatment and we are hoping she finds a furever home soon! Polly is Polydactyl! She has seven toes on each of her front paws and five on each of her back paws...a total of 24 toes!!! Very Rare!
Thank you all again for helping us help the helpless!