Often cats end up in our care who are difficult to adopt out due to special medical needs or age or personality quirks. We do NOT euthanize these cats, but strive to find homes where they will be taken care of for their lifetime. If an adopter is not found, the cats go to live in one of our sanctuary homes, which are private homes where the cats can live out their lives as a member of the family.
These cats generally have considerable medical needs that the rescue must provide. Therefore, we encourage caring people to support a sanctuary cat by becoming that cat’s sponsor. For $10 a month you can help provide for the needs of these special cats.
Todd is a lover whose only dream has seemed to be to have a happy home. He is a senior cat, maybe 10 years old, who has weak kidneys that cause him to not feel well some days. He gets special food and kidney 'treats', and regular subQ fluids to help his kidneys flush out toxins. He is in a foster home with other cats, where he is welcome to stay for his lifetime. But if there was a family who had less critters and who had time to give this wonderful guy more one on one attention, that would be great too.
A sponsor to help with his medications and treatments would be much appreciated.
Yoda is a big ole handsome boy who is a total love. He is about 14 years old. He spent almost all his life in a no-kill shelter. When he seemed to be on his deathbed with seizures and semi-paralyzed limbs, we rescued him to give him a hospice type home for the last days of his life. But no, Yoda was not ready to pass on. He perked right up; his legs started working just fine and he hasn't had a seizure for months. And he's found lots of girl cats in his foster to charm and fall in love with. He even races up trees sometimes!
Darling Yoda passed over the rainbow bridge February 14. May his sweet spirit run free and happy forever.