MANTUA, NJ: 3 SENIOR CATS TO BE SENT TO HIGH KILL SHELTER.. Code Red!!!! No offers to help so far..
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Subject: CODE RED: Mantua, NJ: 3 SENIOR CATS TO BE SENT TO HIGH KILL SHELTER
THESE CATS THAT HAVE BEEN CARED FOR SINCE KITTENS NEED FOSTER AND OR ADOPTION ASAP OTHERWISE THEY WILL GO TO HIGH KILL SHELTER IN ONE WEEK. READ STORY BELOW.
The animal shelter in Gloucester County has one of the highest euthanasia rates in NJ (82% for cats). The man has a WEEK to find placement or will need to take them there. If you can help, email him directly (he does not have a phone).
Sent: Friday, April 5, 2013 8:06:50 PM
Subject: homes for cats
I have 3:
a fixed female Tuxedo cat named Trouble (age 13)
a fixed male orange cat named Butterball (age 13)
a fixed female multicolored cat named Patches (age 11) [daughter of Butterball and Trouble]
I have had these companions since they were small enough to be fed with a eye dropper. They are litter box trained and are inside companions... Great with birds, children and even dogs... They've lived on hard food and water... VERY low maintenance companions.
Trouble: The most affectionate of the three. She is a lap cat. Loves to be pet and be at your attention ... loves her neck and belly petted
Patches: She's our vocal cat ... she will say hello as you walk by ... esp in the morning ... she is slightly more independent ...
Butterball: He's more shy, loving once hes used to someone ... loves to be scratched under his ears ... he's a flopper!
I am in a financial crisis and am forced to move home ... My mother cannot have furry animals in the house, due to a medical condition ... I am avoiding the shelters, knowing my companions will be put to death ... These cats have too much life left to be put to death ... please help
(they are all fixed but NOT up to date on vaccinations).
I meant," said Ipslore bitterly, "what is there in this world that truly makes living worthwhile?"
Death thought about it.
"Cats," he said eventually. "Cats are nice."
-- Terry Pratchett, Sourcery