Simba
2011  Simba is a super sweet fellow who is FIV/FELV+ We are not sure how he landed at the pound, but he was lucky to have been at Wake County AC.  Even though they are a kill shelter, they try their hardest not to put down any animals.  They tried to find a home for over 3 weeks and when they had finally run out of time, they called us. This cat is a love bug, super friendly, likes to be in your lap. You may watch him LIVE on Ustream on Sundays.  and 24 hours a day on MeShare
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This is a letter that absolutely breaks my heart to write. As many of you know Simba has struggled with his health this last year. He has been to the vet 8 times this year. This last week we rushed him to the vet with a 106.8 fever and he was hospitalized. We knew we were entering our final battles for his life against leukemia. When they become a "hot cat" (running fevers every day) you are losing the battle. With medicine and fluids you can help make them feel better for the day but sadly it is temporary. Today he had clearly had enough. He was crying in pain. (Broke my heart!!) I rushed him to the vet. The vet and I agreed he had had enough, it was time to let him go. We so hoped he would have a last open house but it was not to be. We will all miss Mr. Simba no-pants (nicknamed because of the shaving that had been done for his leg surgery) He was a loving gentle soul that got along with all the cats. I know his buddy's Socks, Bear and Checker are really going to miss him. He died peacefully in my arms. I am so sorry!! Alana
11/10/17
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2011  Simba is a super sweet fellow who is FIV/FELV+ We are not sure how he landed at the pound, but he was lucky to have been at Wake County AC.  Even though they are a kill shelter, they try their hardest not to put down any animals.  They tried to find a home for over 3 weeks and when they had finally run out of time, they called us. This cat is a love bug, super friendly, likes to be in your lap.
Simba
You may watch him LIVE on Ustream on Sundays.  and 24 hours a day on MeShare
Sponsored by J. Michael - Thank you! Sponsored by Dan - Thank you! Sponsored by Karen - Thank you!
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This is a letter that absolutely breaks my heart to write. As many of you know Simba has struggled with his health this last year. He has been to the vet 8 times this year. This last week we rushed him to the vet with a 106.8 fever and he was hospitalized. We knew we were entering our final battles for his life against leukemia. When they become a "hot cat" (running fevers every day) you are losing the battle. With medicine and fluids you can help make them feel better for the day but sadly it is temporary. Today he had clearly had enough. He was crying in pain. (Broke my heart!!) I rushed him to the vet. The vet and I agreed he had had enough, it was time to let him go. We so hoped he would have a last open house but it was not to be. We will all miss Mr. Simba no-pants (nicknamed because of the shaving that had been done for his leg surgery) He was a loving gentle soul that got along with all the cats. I know his buddy's Socks, Bear and Checker are really going to miss him. He died peacefully in my arms. I am so sorry!! Alana
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