Special Cats get a Special Home
Jasmine is a beautiful 10 year old Siamese cat whose owner died. A-PAL took her from the shelter and adopted her to two homes where it just did not work out.
Jasmine is a sweetheart, but she has arthritis and needs medication and a patient owner. She was treated by Dr. Alison who believed she deserved another chance at a forever home. We believe she has found that home with Carolyn.
Sybil came to A-PAL as a very chubby 2 year old cat with badly scarred eyes. It became apparent that she was having even more troubles and we discovered that she had painful glaucoma so her eyes were removed by Dr. Alison Pillsbury.
We worried Sybil would have difficulty without her eyes, but she has shown us how well she can do maneuvering around. She is jumping up on perches and finding all the essentials of food, water and her litter box.
When Carolyn told us she would consider two special needs cats, we began introducing these two cats who had been in our care for so long. We were pleased that in a brief period of time they are tolerant of each other and will probably become friends in their new home.
A huge thanks is owed to the many people who supported A-PAL and these cats along their journey. We appreciate so much the loving people like Carolyn who are willing to share space in their homes and in their hearts for these special cats. With the belief that there is a home for every cat, we can work to SAVE THEM ALL. For more information please visit www.pawspartners.org or call 209-223-0410
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PawsPartners.org is an alliance formed between A-PAL Humane Society of Amador County and Tri County Wildlife Care, the latter serving native wildlife in Amador, Calaveras, and Eastern San Joaquin Counties. Since inception we have added the Shelter Partners volunteer group, who support our local Animal Control organization, and Amador County Animal Response Team (ACART).