Signal Boost - Stray Kitten Needs Surgery 

Sent by @stingerhouse

My friend’s sister is fostering 3 kittens right now, and now she’s fostering this little one as well.

“In August, my boyfriend found 6 kittens in our garage + mama kitty. With the help of Kitty Angels rescue we were able to spay mom and get the kittens their first round of shots and deworming. But fostering kittens can get expensive between litter & food! & we only had 3 of them! Good friends fostered the other 3 for us, which we greatly appreciate and always will.

WELL.. as of yesterday, a kind woman who lives in town reached out for help with yet another kitten! This kitten seemingly had a broken arm & was in need of desperate help.

I reached out to my boss, Dr. Zanotti & out of the kindness in his heart, he met me at the vet clinic off hours. Upon examination, he had a worried look on his face. He looked up at me & said “it’s not broken.” I stared at him astonished. “It is likely nerve damage and torn ligaments. This poor kitten will likely need an amputation of the right front arm.. and financially, I really need the help... and well money set aside this kitten REALLY needs help. . 

I will give her time to see if she regains any feeling..and if so, any left over money from expenses will go to people who have helped me with these kittens. They deserve it. Please, help. I will be so unbelievably grateful if we receive the money needed to help this kitten.“


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