We just rescued Axel, a sweet but sad 3-year-old tuxedo kitty. We were contacted by his baby sitter who was desperate to get him out of his prior home environment. His person apparently just did not want him any more and was going to have him euthanized upon her return. He does not appear to have any behavioral issues, per his baby sitter. He loves attention and has been locked up alone in a hot (un-air conditioned) apartment for most of his life. He is healthy, tested negative/negative for FIV/FELV, and he is now up-to-date on his shots. Would you be willling to give this sweet boy the loving forever home that he so needs and deserves? If so, please feel free to contact us. In addition, the wonderful staff at Petco are housing him for us, so he can be seen during regular store hours at the Granada Hills Petco, if you would like to go by and meet him.
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With the state of the economy, the last few years have been especially challenging for most charities, which rings especially true for animal charities.
Save A Kitty would like to send out our appreciation and thanks to the following individuals, foundations, and organizations who have helped Save A Kitty over the last few years. There is no way we could have accomplished the life-saving work that we do without your help and generosity.
Mary-Jo & Hank Greenberg Animal Welfare Foundation
In addition, we would also like to extend our thanks to many other individuals for their thoughtfulness and support.
A special thank you to Linda Newman and all of us at Save A Kitty are wishing you a speedy recovery.