by Nomi Berger Their bodies may be imperfect, but their spirit remains intact. So it is said about the special needs cat. Although caring for one can be challenging, more and more people are opening their hearts and their homes and adopting them. For this reason, more and more cats that might otherwise be euthanized are being given a new lease on life. Experts
By Nomi Berger A cat diagnosed with the Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV) is still an ADOPTABLE cat. What, then, is FIV? FIV is a type of virus called a retrovirus. It is in the same family as feline leukemia virus (FeLV) and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), the virus that causes AIDS in people. It is a slow virus that attacks the immune system over
Wow! Six adoptions in February!! Congratulations to all!
By Nomi Berger A cat diagnosed with Feline Leukemia (FeLV) is still an ADOPTABLE cat. What, then, is FeLV? FeLV is a virus that weakens a cat’s immune system, predisposing it to certain infections, severe anemia, and potentially leading to cancer. Most at risk are kittens born to FeLV positive mothers, cats under the age of one, cats living with an infected cat, and
Congratulations to these wonderful pets and their new families!
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Congratulations to these wonderful pets who found homes in December!
– by Nomi Berger “There’s no place like home for the holidays,” according to the popular 1950’s song. But for many, there IS no home. Not even for the holidays. The “many” are those dogs and cats, either abused or abandoned, surrendered or sick. The “many” are those dogs and cats, perhaps safe for today, while tomorrow remains a question mark. With 2015 drawing
Congratulations to all these wonderful pets who found their “fur”ever homes.
Congratulations to all who found their “fur”-ever homes in October.