IN MEMORY OF BOO BEAR

Tuesday, October 19th, 2021 Mr. Boo crossed over the rainbow bridge.
He was loved so much by so many people. Especially his very best friend and foster Mama, Rory. Boo and his best buddy Violet were taken in to be fostered at a very young age. It was obvious there was something wrong with Boo’s eyes. We had that addressed and ended up finding he had more than one genetic problem. The other was his kidneys. His kidneys looked like that of an 8-year-old cat and Boo was only a few months. We decided to keep him comfortable. Boo lived 6 months longer than expected. We know that was all the love and commitment from his foster family.
Boo will never be forgotten! He had a very short time on this earth with us but, he touched so many lives in a big way. He was a very gentle and sweet soul. As a kitten, you could lay him on his back and rub his belly.
Boo was laid to rest under a beautiful tree with a birdbath nearby. He loved watching birds.
Please send love to his foster family. This was a very special little guy. He left a huge hole in their lives.
Thank you to everyone that donated towards Boo’s medical care.
Thank you to Dr. Renee Rusnisky at Mid Atlantic Cat Hospital in Maryland. Dr. Jacob Herr & Dr. Bianca Zamperi with Penn Vet for the amazing care you gave Boo over the past year.
CLICK BOO’S PHOTO ABOVE TO SEE MORE PHOTOS OF BOO BEAR.
 
 
 
 

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We are a small Non Profit, 501c3 Rescue for cats including sick & disabled. Our goal is to find a safe place for them to live out their lives with an abundance of Love and Affection. We plan to reduce the number of unwanted cats through spay/neuter programs. Animal welfare is our top priority including quality veterinary care for all cats rescued. Future goals will be to offer training programs and community education. 

 

Cute little Ms. Polly has been adopted!!!
 
She found her forever home!!! This video of her playing with her foster brother, Leo. You can see her wagging her little nubby while chasing the laser light. She lost her tail due to the umbilical cords having cut off circulation. She was abandoned in the street and left for dead. She was taken in and had a hard recovery but, pulled through. She was bottle fed and cared for around the clock.  After all she’s been through, she deserves a happy loving home. 

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