Rules my home with an iron paw
- Oct 16, 2015
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- Havelock, North Carolina
Thanks Jcatbird. The silver one (Reggie) has an ear that's folded over. I have been told that it can be caused from an ear infection. He was like that when he showed up in the parking log.I hope you can find a home for the ones that were in that crate. You know, the beautiful silver and the Ginger! That silver seems seriously ear tipped. Is that just the way the photo was taken? I hope it was from being fixed rather than an injury. Someone here hurt two kittens that way. I know people are putting them through a lot there before you can find them a safe place. I’m so glad you are sheltering those abandoned babies. I am sending out vibes for good people to help. Does anyone have room for just two more? One more?
Time is not on their side! Those faces really won me over!
I don't want to get into all the details on here, but I am at risk of getting evicted because of my personal cats. I need free or low cost legal help. If anyone has any legal connections who might be able to assist me with dealing with a malicious apartment manager, please let me know. Thanks.If not saved they will not survive! Oh dear no!!!!! Rescues Please! Anyone!!! My heart is broken too! Only a few there but left to be brutalized?!?!? Can anyone help???? I know you have battled for a very long time under horrible circumstances with the humans there. You have done all you can but there is hope that someone will see this thread before it’s too late!!!! Please keep writing. I can’t stand the thought of this. If someone had a better place for you to go, could you take them out? I know you are in an apartment.
DOES ANYONE know of a place? Any kind or relocation? Anything to save these lives?
www.alleycat.orgI have struggled to care for the cats in my apartment complex. The one's considered adoptable are with foster homes or have been adopted. The ones that are left are at risk because of the abusive cat hating people here. I do the best I can to care for them, but I know I will have to move and abandon them one day. For now, I take it one day at a time and love them. If anyone is interested in taking in a misfit kitty that is considered unadoptable please contact me. I started this thread to introduce my wonderful misfit colony kitties and explain why they are lovable despite their misfit designation.
Today's misfit kitty of the day is Antonio:
Antonio is very friendly. I thought he might be tame enough to get adopted, but the vet's office deemed him not friendly enough. I can tell you, he loves me (as he should) and follows me around. He enjoys getting petted. He is squirmy when I pick him up, but if he had a regular loving home where he was given more attention I suspect he would get over that. He is wary of strangers, all the cats here are, but that's only because the people are mean here, they scream at them, kick and hit them with rocks and sticks. Antonio is very graceful and has a Fred Astaire quality about his posture. He's a well behaved kitty who mostly stays by himself, because some of the other kitties haven't accepted him into their gang and chase him off. He has a very nice purr when he gets his neck scratched.
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