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Marlo
Thorn and her mom w/Marlo
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Approximate Age (As of 2017): Less than 1 year Breed: Siamese Status: FELV+ Date Arrived: August 2017 Arrival Location: Florida Marlo was rescued from Florida where she had been living, with a sibling, as a stray in a neighborhood. Someone in the neighborhood started threatening to kill both the cats when that person's next door neighbor stepped in, caught them, and took them to the vet. There Marlo tested positive for feline leukemia, her sister tested negative though, and from there they were moved into separate foster care. (As far as we know her sister was adopted). From there she stayed in a foster home while they attempted to find her a home - not easy for a FELV+ cat - and they were running out of time and resources. A wonderful woman named Davica, who often utilized her job at an airline to assist in animal rescue transports, heard about Marlo and contacted us. With her help she had Marlo flown first class to Raleigh, where another volunteer transporter, Thorn, picked her up and drove her the rest of the way to us. She is a beautiful, sweet, and playful little girl who has been adjusting well to her life at BCR. You may watch her live 24 hours a day on her MeShare camera. She is in House 2, Room 2.
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Marlo
Thorn and her mom
next previous
Sponsored by Kate and Katrina - Thank you! Sponsored by Terry - Thank you! Sponsored by Heather - Thank you! Sponsored by Ginny - Thank you!
Approximate Age (As of 2017): Less than 1 year Breed: Siamese Status: FELV+ Date Arrived: August 2017 Arrival Location: Florida Marlo was rescued from Florida where she had been living, with a sibling, as a stray in a neighborhood. Someone in the neighborhood started threatening to kill both the cats when t hat person's next door neighbor stepped in, caught them, and took them to the vet. There Marlo tested positive for feline leukemia, her sister tested negative though, and from there they were moved into separate foster care. (As far as we know her sister was adopted). From there she stayed in a foster home while they attempted to find her a home - not easy for a FELV+ cat - and they were running out of time and resources. A wonderful woman named Davica, who often utilized her job at an airline to assist in animal rescue transports, heard about Marlo and contacted us. With her help she had Marlo flown first class to Raleigh, where another volunteer transporter, Thorn,  picked her up and drove her the rest of the way to us. She is a beautiful, sweet, and playful little girl who has been adjusting well to her life at BCR. You may watch her live 24 hours a day on her MeShare camera. She is in House 2, Room 2.