This is Verity the day she came under our care, she was severely emaciated and close to death weighing only 2.5 lbs at six months old. We could feel every bone in her body. We immediately took her to the veterinarian
After reading about some of our other kitties in need, follow Verity's story at the bottom of the page.
My name is Bon Bon, I’ve had a rough life and deserve a loving home. I lived on the streets for most of my life and suffered abuse and starvation.
I love people and I'm quite chatty! I'd love to curl up next to you on the couch or in a sunny spot. I'm happiest when someone is scratching behind my ears.
I am FIV positive, but its not a death sentence, I can live a long healthy life! But, because of the possibility of passing it on to other cats, I would love to be the only cat in your household.
If you have questions or would like to meet me, Bon Bon, please contact my foster mom Sherrie Moore at firstname.lastname@example.org
When we found Annika her eyes were matted shut, she was malnourished, covered in fleas and had ear mites. Sharon Barfield, one of our Directors and an amazingly talented foster, took Annika on and is nursing her back to health.
Within one week Annika‘s eyes are beginning to clear up and she can see. She’s been treated for fleas, ear mites and worms. She’s starting to play and is blossoming into a wonderful kitten.
Maxine Brown, a foster and volunteer, has been taking great care of her. She had to coax Verity at each meal to eat. Verity now weighs nearly 6 lbs. and is eating on her own! She’s a sweet, affectionate cat who has thrived under Maxine’s care. Verity is now adopted and settling nicely into her new home.