Little Guy is continuing to improve with the ulcers in his eyes receding and his face taking on a more normal shape. And, SURPRISE, Little Guy has siblings that one of our volunteers has consented to foster! So far we have a sister and we are trying for the third baby but no luck as yet. These are lovely social little kittens who will be a joy to watch grow up. Hopefully, we will get the last baby tomorrow and everyone will be in and safe.
Thanks for all your well wishes and support through this process. If anyone wants to do anything too help monetarily, we can use cases of ProPlan kitten food in chicken/liver flavor, Royal Canin kitty dry food, Naturally Fresh walnut litter, small soft beds, rolls of paper towels, etc.
And thank you to Deborah for getting these tiny, sick kittens off the street and into a safe place
Also, thank you to all the volunteers filling in for people who can't do their shifts and taking on the extra shifts so that we can be open for the public to visit the kitties. It means so much to know that everyone has a level of commitment that makes it possible for the rescue of these kitties and keeping them safe until they are adopted.
Thank you, as always, Susan