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Burned Orange Cat Healing with Grateful Purrs



His affectionate trusting nature brought him into contact with someone who threw either hot water or a caustic material on his back. The wounds were not fresh and needed extensive veterinary care to insure that the lesions would not become infected. Thanks to our Res-Q Fund, he is responding well to the staff. He holds no animosity to those who care for him and he is all personality and purrs.

Your support of our Res-Q Fund is what has helped "Carrot". File N-794 61-M (Newark). Carrot is awaiting a wonderful purrever home, where he will always be safe indoors. If interested in adopting Carrot, please contact us. He will be neutered prior to adoption.

Despite his painful ordeal, and this uncomfortable recovery, Carrot has purred with gratitude when loved and handled.

Due to the number of needy emergency situations that have come in over the past few weeks, the Res-Q Fund is in dire need of donations. This unique effort was established for the sole purpose of providing veterinary care to animals that have suffered excessively cruel or neglectful treatment. Sadly, there is never a lack of animals who have been abused or left to languish in terrible conditions. Before we can heal their broken hearts, we need to heal their broken bodies. This may require the expertise of emergency care facilities or veterinary specialists. The Res-Q Fund is not only dogs or cats it is for any sick, injured, handicapped animal that comes through our door that needs to get on the road to recovery. Any funds donated to a particular animal that exceeds the cost of the care of that animal will be applied to others needing treatment.

Won't you help us heal more animals like Carrot and donate to our ResQ Fund? Thank you!

4/21/2009

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