LMN Feline Rescue: Sponsor a Pet
The money was applied to our general medical fund to provide needed vaccines and medications to ensure healthy pets for adoption.
We were able to use the money in our purchases for intake vetting, including FVRCP vaccines and deworming and flea-prevention supplies.
Like many kitties, Reddington came in after we were contacted by a local volunteer fire station about a cat who needed rescue who had wandered into their station. He was in terrible shape; he had ringworm, roundworms and tapeworms and was covered in fleas. He also had a very large abscess that had ruptured, likely from fighting while trying to survive as a tomcat on the streets. With the help of the grant, he was able to get the veterinary care he needed to be a healthy kitty again. And what a great cat he turned out to be! So full of personality! He was adopted as soon as he was available and his new family loves him very much!