I am so excited and anxious to share this news!
It’s about my most important mission….
…getting special needs cats adopted.
I work hard to help find my special needs friends (Friends Like Me) forever homes.
Everywhere I go I spread the news, ask for donations, and pass out literature.
Well, guess what?
There are only two special needs cats left at Cat Depot right now!
All the rest of them have been adopted!
That makes me so happy my bow tie is spinning!
But, there are still two Friends Like Me kitties there who need homes.
Please let me introduce them.
This is Torrie, a beautiful and refined lady who likes head and chin scratches.
She would be comfortable curling up on your bed for a nap.
Torrie is 8.5 years young.
Sadly, she was relinquished because of inconsistent litter box use.
As if often the case, the cause was medical and not behavioral.
She has proper litter box habits now when she is well.
She is on a prescription diet to battle her (sorry, folks) constipation.
Torrie has someone who will pay her adoption fee when she finds her forever home.
Now meet Bonanza…
…how pretty is she?!?
Bonanza is an affectionate girl who enjoys attention and human interaction.
She likes to rub against people and encourage them to pet her.
Bonanza is 7.5 years young.
She has some spine issues and arthritis, but doesn’t let that stop the outflow of love.
She is on kidney supplements (sprinkled on her food) and a special dry diet.
As I write this, Bonanza just plucked one of my heart strings.
Do you know what I’m going to do?
I checked my stash, and I have enough to purrsonally pay for Bonanza’s adoption.
We just need someone to come and fall in love with her, and take her home.
Will you be that someone?
Please go to Cat Depot and see both Torrie and Bonanza.
The adoption fees will be paid.
The special needs food is not expensive.
The love these two girls have to share is priceless.
This is why I love what I do.
I help my Friends Like Me kitties find loving homes.
I’ll sleep good tonight.
The Dapper Gent
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