Christina Joy Needs Heros

PLEASE HELP!!!! This is Christina Joy. She was found, injured on Stevens Creek Blvd., and brought into the city shelter on 7/31.

She has been waiting and hoping that her owners really didn't abandon her at a time like this. Her microchip lead us to a disconnected number. We did some research and found her owners had moved to Oakland. We have tried leaving messages with no response.

Christina Joy was scheduled to be euthanized last Friday 8/8 at the shelter because she was not getting better....only worse. Which is NOT HER FAULT no treatment for 3 pelvic fractures leaves her unable to get up to eat or drink or anything not to mention depression and stress. All she knows is pain and abandonment.

Town Cats has stepped in to stop the euthanasia and hopefully give her a chance at a new life. However, Town Cats is a non-profit organization that is run solely on grants and donations. Which makes the cost of surgery a factor.

She is ONLY 3 years old, so full of life, and has an AMAZING foster family lined up for after surgery. They are VERY ready to give her a beautiful life filled with the unconditional love that she has been so desperately searching for and wanting so badly to give in return.

Please please please help Christina Joy by donating anything to help with her surgery cost. Anything you can do will help.
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Gina Davis 
Morgan Hill, CA
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