Our feral cat rehabilitation group just rescued twenty-three abandoned kittens from a house where the situation got out of control. A man used to love his kitties, but he did not have the financial ability to spay and neuter the cats before adopting them out. Unfortunately, his good intentions ended in greed and his good first intentions led to selfishness and neglect.
He was finally evicted leaving all the thirty-six tiny kittens and another twenty teenage kittens behind, locked in the house without food or water.
I was called to go do the rescue and between friends and volunteers we first saved the little ones.
We left enough food to volunteers for the next three weeks until we hopefully raise funds to
pay for all the veterinary medical cost, the food and the expensive gasoline to get there. The man's
house is seventy km away from our town of Sooke.
Please, note, in addition, to the above mentioned forty-three kittens, we have also previously
rescued another seven kittens from three feral mothers.
If this amount of angels to help was not enough, we also rescued a pregnant mother who was left
behind on moving day by her family.
A female cat's spay is approximately $400, including the pain, flea and worm medication. The
vaccines need three doses, and a $100 consultation fee is added to the cost of each dose.
Please, help us make the workd a better place for these little innocent animals.