ODIE
6/2017  Odie came to us from Florida and is FELV+.   He followed a volunteer for the Cat Network, who was out for a walk, home.  He sat outside the front door crying until the volunteer gave him some food and hoped he would go on back to where he belongs. He continued sitting there meowing for help until they brought him inside.  He was very sweet, gave kisses and head bonks, was obviously happy that he was getting off the street. The next day he was talked to the vet for shots etc to start the process to get him adopted. Sadly he came back FELV+  They had no resources for anyone wanting to adopt a FELV+ kitty.  They needed a place for him to go. With some help of an angel who works for the airline he was flown, first class, to Raleigh. (thank you Davica!)  He was handed off to another angel (thank you Thorn) who drove him down from Raleigh to us. He is very sweet, is in good health right now,  is still a bit freaked out at all the changes in his life.  He is very friendly,  seems to be OK with the other cats. You may watch him live on ustream.tv/blindcatrescue on Sunday You may watch him 24 hours a day LIVE on his Meshare camera. LIVE  on her MeShare camera
On the way to the airport
With Thorn, who drove him from Raleigh
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Sponsored by Nancy - Thank you! Sponsored by Goran - Thank you! Sponsored by Tom & Jo - Thank you! Sponsored by Diana - Thank you! Sponsored by Tony - Thank you! Sponsored by Stephanie - Thank you! Sponsored by Fay - Thank you! Sponsored by Sean - Thank you!
ODIE
6/2017  Odie came to us from Florida and is FELV+.   He followed a volunteer for the Cat Network, who was out for a walk, home.  He sat outside the front door crying until the volunteer gave him some food and hoped he would go on back to where he belongs. He continued sitting there meowing for help until they brought him inside.  He was very sweet, gave kisses and head bonks, was obviously happy that he was getting off the street. The next day he was talked to the vet for shots etc to start the process to get him adopted. Sadly he came back FELV+  They had no resources for anyone wanting to adopt a FELV+ kitty.  They needed a place for him to go. With some help of an angel who works for the airline he was flown, first class, to Raleigh. (thank you Davica!)  He was handed off to another angel (thank you Thorn) who drove him down from Raleigh to us. He is very sweet, is in good health right now,  is still a bit freaked out at all the changes in his life.  He is very friendly,  seems to be OK with the other cats. You may watch him live on ustream.tv/blindcatrescue on Sunday You may watch him 24 hours a day LIVE on his Meshare camera. LIVE  on his MeShare camera
On the way to the airport
With Thorn, who drove him from Raleigh
next next previous previous
Sponsored by Brad - Thank you! Sponsored by Nancy - Thank you! Sponsored by Goran - Thank you! Sponsored by Tom & Jo - Thank you! Sponsored by Diana - Thank you! Sponsored by Tony - Thank you! Sponsored by Stephanie - Thank you! Sponsored by Fay - Thank you! Sponsored by Sean - Thank you!