Cookie
4/2015   Cookie came to us from the Dillon Animal Control Center.  A very high kill shelter.  Cookie had tested FELV+  the volunteers had told me about Cookie when they brought me Sasha,  I had told them no that time but told them to IFA test her,  Ernest had just been diagnosed with FIP so there was a possibility of an opening.  The volunteers called me a week later and told me this story.  Cookie had been put into a carrier (like you take your cats to the vet in,  no litter box or anything)  by the Animal Control staff.  (Actually convicts from the prison take care of the animals).  Anyway she was put in the carrier to be taken to be euthanized.  Some how she ended up in a room with carriers and never taken.  Also not fed or anything else.  She was found in the carrier on Saturday by volunteers laying in her own filth.  They called us and begged us to take her. After that story how on earth could I say no?  She stinks to high heck.  Poor thing is scared but friendly.  She has had 2 baths and still stinks.  She has come down with the animal control upper respiratory infection (they all do) We have her on antibiotics and she is at the vet’s today (4/21) for a full physical and a bath with the groomer. She is friendly but frightened.  She loves to be scratched above her tail, she does an immediate butt pop up. 1/2016  She has had some health issues and having to take high dosage steroids to clear it.  High dosage steroids in cats will cause diabetes, which he has been diagnosed with. 3/2016  Now that she is done with her steroid treatment, her diabetes has disappeared.  I know she is glad no more needles. Sponsored by Lisa in honor of Virginia, Katerina, Tiffany & Ziggy- Thank you!!
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4/2015   Cookie came to us from the Dillon Animal Control Center.  A very high kill shelter.  Cookie had tested FELV+  the volunteers had told me about Cookie when they brought me Sasha,  I had told them no that time but told them to IFA test her,  Ernest had just been diagnosed with FIP so there was a possibility of an opening.  The volunteers called me a week later and told me this story.  Cookie had been put into a carrier (like you take your cats to the vet in,  no litter box or anything)  by the Animal Control staff.  (Actually convicts from the prison take care of the animals).  Anyway she was put in the carrier to be taken to be euthanized.  Some how she ended up in a room with carriers and never taken.  Also not fed or anything else.  She was found in the carrier on Saturday by volunteers laying in her own filth.  They called us and begged us to take her. After that story how on earth could I say no?  She stinks to high heck.  Poor thing is scared but friendly.  She has had 2 baths and still stinks.  She has come down with the animal control upper respiratory infection (they all do) We have her on antibiotics and she is at the vet’s today (4/21) for a full physical and a bath with the groomer. She is friendly but frightened.  She loves to be scratched above her tail, she does an immediate butt pop up. 1/2016  She has had some health issues and having to take high dosage steroids to clear it.  High dosage steroids in cats will cause diabetes, which he has been diagnosed with. 3/2016  Now that she is done with her steroid treatment, her diabetes has disappeared.  I know she is glad no more needles. Sponsored by Lisa in honor of Virginia, Katerina, Tiffany & Ziggy! Sponsored by Chris on behalf of Mush, Unity and Pierre - Thank you!