Sadly, we lost another foster kitty today, "Skinny" Minnie.
She was kindly fostered by a CCLAS supporter for the past month. From what we could tell, Minnie had a rough life from being both ear-tipped and declawed, although we know she spent her last month in a loving home, enjoying the company of her foster's dog, Guinness. She was placed into foster care because she was a malnourished senior cat, weighing only 4lbs, 14oz. She had a nice holiday weekend with her temporary family and had a new furever home lined up. Unfortunately she passed unexpectedly today while the foster was at work. She came home to find her curled up peacefully in her litter box. Feel free to share your gratitude and condolences with Minnie's foster below.
Monday, November 26, 2012
Wednesday, November 14, 2012
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(Cat & dog front)
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Sunday, November 11, 2012
CCLAS is desperately looking for a foster who can help nurse Thelma & Louise back to good heath. Both have fatty liver disease, from being abandon on the streets of Lakewood too long. CCLAS will cover their medical cost - daily duties include force feeding in a quiet comfortable environment. Currently they are living in a board member's small bathroom. Can you help? Leave a message below or email CCLASpets@gmail.com.
Thursday, November 8, 2012
Sadly our favorite sisters, Thelma & Louise, are gravely ill.
Just a few days after their adoption, the new family felt something was very wrong with the girls when they stopped eating. Fortunately the new owners reached out to CCLAS, although we were stumped at first by their persistent symptoms, we sought the expertise of the vets at the Lakewood Animal Hospital. The girls were both admitted yesterday, suffering from Fatty Liver Disease, after starving from being abandoned on the streets too long. While their prognosis does not look good, please keep the sisters in your thoughts and prays, and CCLAS, with the Lakewood Animal Hospital, will do our best to help them.