BOB
7/2015  Bob came to us from the same shelter that Sargent came from.  They are an open admission shelter in Tennessee that is doing everything possible to be a no-kill shelter.  They have a dedicated director and volunteers that go really out of their way to save lives.   They drove him almost 7 hours to bring him to us. We salute them! Bob is leukemia positive.  (FELV+) He is a big friendly fellow.  He likes other cats and immediately fit in well with the others.  We are very happy to have him join our family. You may watch him live on http://ustream.tv/blindcatrescue on Monday. You may watch him live every day on his MeShare Camera
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2/2016 Bob has been struggling with his health.  He has been spiking high fevers & been hospitalized several .   Large dosage of steroids are the only thing that is keeping his fever under control.  The down side of steroids is it is causing him to be diabetic. He patiently allows us to check his BGL twice a day and administer insulin.
10/8/2016  Bob has struggled with is health for 8 months, today he clearly said enough.  He was in pain, his legs swollen and his eyes exhausted.  It was time to let him go.  We were bless to have known him for a little over a year.    He will be missed.
7/2015  Bob came to us from the same shelter that Sargent came from.  They are an open admission shelter in Tennessee that is doing everything possible to be a no-kill shelter.  They have a dedicated director and volunteers that go really out of their way to save lives.   They drove him almost 7 hours to bring him to us. We salute them! Bob is leukemia positive. (FELV+)  He is a big friendly fellow.  He likes other cats and immediately fit in well with the others.  We are very happy to have him join our family. You may watch him live on our Ustream camera on Monday and 24 hours a day on his Meshare camera
BOB
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2/2016 Bob has been struggling with his health.  He has been spiking high fevers & been hospitalized several .   Large dosage of steroids are the only thing that is keeping his fever under control.  The down side of steroids is it is causing him to be diabetic. He patiently allows us to check his BGL twice a day and administer insulin.
Sponsored by Kathleen - Thank you!! Sponsored by Robert - Thank you! Sponsored by Joshua - Thank you!
Sponsored by Tina - Thank you! Sponsored by Gary- Thank you!
10/8/2016  Bob has struggled with is health for 8 months, today he clearly said enough.  He was in pain, his legs swollen and his eyes exhausted.  It was time to let him go.  We were bless to have known him for a little over a year.    He will be missed.