Pearl
2011  Pearl was adopted as a young kitten by a family.  They kept her for 5 years.  The wife got a promotion in a new city and choose to move into an apartment  that would not allow the cat.   They dropped her off at animal control,  a high kill animal control. What saved Pearl is that she is soooo friendly.   The  director of animal control said she just could not kill  this cat, she was going to find a place that would accept her.  This amazing director drove 5 hours to meet our transporter to send her to us. We said we would take her.  When animal control took her to the vet for her shots they also discovered she is FIV+ .   Blind & FIV+,  Talk about becoming a very unadoptable  cat in the shelter world.   That's ok,  we would still take her,   she can live in our FIV room. She loves humans,  hasn't decided how she feels about other cats.  She is still settling in. Update:  she still is not overly fond of the other cats, but she is doing ok. You may watch her live on http://ustream.tv/blindcatrescue on Sunday’s. and 24 hours a day on our MeShare camera
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Sponsored for Norma as a gift from anonymous :) Sponsored by Sandra - Thank you! Sponsored by Carolyn - Thank you! Sponsored by Jaime - Thank you!
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Pearl
2011  Pearl was adopted as a young kitten by a family.  They kept her for 5 years.  The wife got a promotion in a new city and choose to move into an apartment  that would not allow the cat.   They dropped her off at animal control,  a high kill animal control. What saved Pearl is that she is soooo friendly.   The  director of animal control said she just could not kill  this cat, she was going to find a place that would accept her.  This amazing director drove 5 hours to meet our transporter to send her to us. We said we would take her.  When animal control took her to the vet for her shots they also discovered she is FIV+ .   Blind & FIV+,  Talk about becoming a very unadoptable  cat in the shelter world.   That's ok,  we would still take her,   she can live in our FIV room. She loves humans,  hasn't decided how she feels about other cats.  She is still settling in. Update:  she still is not overly fond of the other cats, but she is doing ok. You may watch her live 24 hours a day on our MeShare camera.  She is in house 2, room 1.
Sponsored for Norma as a gift from anonymous :) Sponsored by Sandra - Thank you! Sponsored by Carolyn - Thank you! Sponsored by Jaime - Thank you!
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