Serena
2006 Serena shows sometimes it takes a village to help the little blind ones. Serena came from a hoarding situation by a well meaning elderly gentleman.  He was feeding all the local strays but did not get anyone fixed,  and of course, they kept reproducing.  Someone finally got involved and put out a call for help and reached a wonderful rescuer that had no idea what she had really walked into.  This gentleman probably had 50 or so cats and many liters of kittens at the time.  Many of the kittens were sick,  Serena had her eyes bulging out of  heads and rupturing.  Before she treated her she wanted to make sure that she had some place safe to go.  She asked us to take her.  Once we agreed she got her eyes removed, on medications etc and found another wonderful volunteer to drive her down to us from the Washington DC area. Had we not agreed to take her she would have been euthanized. Sponsored by JP Denk Photo - Thank you! Sponsored by Megan - Thank you! Sponsored by The SF Squad Sponsored by Lee & Wendy - Thank you!
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Serena
2006 Serena shows sometimes it takes a village to help the little blind ones. Serena came from a hoarding situation by a well meaning elderly gentleman.  He was feeding all the local strays but did not get anyone f ixed,  and of course, they kept reproducing.  Someone finally got involved and put out a call for help and reached a wonderful rescuer that had no idea what she had really walked into.  This gentleman probably had 50 or so cats and many liters of kittens at the time.  Many of the kittens were sick,  Serena had her eyes bulging out of  heads and rupturing.  Before she treated her she wanted to make sure that she had some place safe to go.  She asked us to take her.  Once we agreed she got her eyes removed, on medications etc and found another wonderful volunteer to drive her down to us from the Washington DC area. Had we not agreed to take her she would have been euthanized. Sponsored by Megan - Thank you! Sponsored by Lee & Wendy - Thank you! Sponsored by JP Denk Photo - Thank you! Sponsored by the SF Squad - Thank you!
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