As I mentioned yesterday, Older Daughter has asked me to do this post. She is employed by a no-kill shelter, home to loads of dogs, cats, puppies, and kittens A particular cat is now a resident there. And he needs help. His name is Buddy and he has tested positive for leukemia. My daughter is stressing daily about keeping Buddy healthy. A shelter environment is not idea for a cat with leukemia. He needs a less chaotic, healthy environment in which to spend whatever time he has left. My daughter is hoping there is someone out there who would be willing to foster Buddy indefinitely.
Buddy is a neutered male. Tabby. Probably between 2 and 4 years old. He is positive for leukemia, but currently completely healthy. He did NOT test positive for FIV. He is extremely sweet.
Older Daughter wants me to say that he is living in a tiny cage with not much quality of life. She also says that if someone out there could foster him, but that person has other cats - those cats would be safe if they have been vaccinated for feline leukemia.
Would you please "share" this. I have a share button. Maybe if this goes out on Facebook and Twitter, there is a place for Buddy and we will find it.
I hope you will stop by next week when I finish up the brick stories AND finish up another year of blogging.
Have a great weekend!