Liza

Liza is another one that shows how much it takes a  village sometimes to save a life. Liza was in the Austin Texas pound. Cute as a button and friendly  as can be, she usually would be considered very adoptable.... EXCEPT... she is FELV+     a death sentence in most animal control facilities.   Lucky for her, she is young, friendly and cute as a button.   The volunteers made a huge effort to find her a place to go, they did not want to see her euthanized. We were contact and agreed to take her.  We contacted a group in Austin  (Shadow Cats)  who agreed to pull her and take her to the vets to be boarded and cared for.   (The director of Shadow Cats  husband is a wonderful vet and takes amazing care of the animals). Once she was fixed and healthy,  Shadow cats delivered her to the airport where an amazing lady named Brita and her friend flew from Dallas to Austin and then took her to Atlanta where we had a foster home for her. A week later,  Lisa drove her to us for our open house. See how many people it took to save this little girls life? You can watch her every day LIVE  on her MeShare camera Sponsored by Brittany - Thank you!
Sponsored by Stacy - Thank you! Sponsored by Vicki - Thank you! Sponsored by Sharon - Thank you!
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A picture caught by a viewer on our live stream of her playing in the balls during the night.
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Liza

Liza is another one that shows how much it takes a  village sometimes to save a life. Liza was in the Austin Texas pound. Cute as a button and friendly  as can be, she usually would be considered very adoptable.... EXCEPT... she is FELV+     a death sentence in most animal control facilities.   Lucky for her, she is young, friendly and cute as a button.   The volunteers made a huge effort to find her a place to go, they did not want to see her euthanized. We were contact and agreed to take her.  We contacted a group in Austin  (Shadow Cats)  who agreed to pull her and take her to the vets to be boarded and cared for.   (The director of Shadow Cats  husband is a wonderful vet and takes amazing care of the animals). Once she was fixed and healthy,  Shadow cats delivered her to the airport where an amazing lady named Brita and her friend flew from Dallas to Austin and then took her to Atlanta where we had a foster home for her. A week later,  Lisa drove her to us for our open house. See how many people it took to save this little girls life? You can watch her every day LIVE  on her MeShare camera Sponsored by Brittany - Thank you!
Sponsored by Stacy - Thank you! Sponsored by Vicki - Thank you! Sponsored by Sharon - Thank you!
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