These five kittens contracted the herpes virus, which caused severe conjunctivitis, disfigurement of their eyes, and blindness. These kittens are safe in the San Antonio Feral Cat Coalition foster and adoption program. Our goal is to adopt these kittens out to their fur-ever homes where they can become someone's BFFF (best feline friend forever).
Before they can be adopted they need eye surgery which involves removal of their eyeballs (enucleation). Some need enucleation becauseof repeated infections, and some need it for cosmetic reasons to make them more appealing to adopters. To provide a better future for these little felines the SAFCC needs funds to pay for their eye surgery and post-op care. They had a rough start to their lives and we want to make their future brighter.
If you can donate any amount, please consider doing so. Please share and let all your cat-loving friends know how they can help, too.
Click this link for a cute video on how well blind cats adapt.https://youtu.be/hmmQk3CHmFU
Thank you for all you do!
San Antonio Feral Cat Coalition, a 501(c)(3) Nonprofit Corporation, is organized to address issues related to feral cats in the San Antonio area. We are ALL volunteers and serve to improve the welfare of feral cats in our community through a variety of means to reduce their populations through humane programs.