I am a bengal cat who was born in 2005. In the summer of 2012, I was diagnosed as a diabetic cat. I want everyone to know that diabetic cats like me are just as fun and loving as cats without the disease.
And Into the Wild Cat Rescue helps felines who are in much more need of help. Recently, they helped a feline named Moo Moo. This feline, who got his name because he looks like a cow, suffered a broken pelvis after being hit by a car around Thanksgiving. He is now doing better thanks to the help he received from Into the Wild Cat Rescue.
The rescue does all of its work without a central facility. They rely on a network of foster homes to take care of felines. And they help special needs felines, too, like a cat with leukemia and a cat with FIV.
Seeing kind humans helping felines makes me very happy. If you want to help Into the Wild Cat Rescue, head over to their Facebook page, like it, and give some green paper things if you can.
Bengal cats like me, Jacey, and Koji are very active and playful. Sometimes, this gets us in trouble. For example, the human was able to adopt Jacey because she escaped her human’s home and got onto the roof. Koji joined our clowder after the humans who were caring for him decided he was too rambunctious.
And a bengal cat in Singapore named Akimbo got in trouble, too, except he got hurt badly as a result. The poor guy fell nine stories from an apartment. His humans quickly took him to the white coated humans. Because of their quick action, Akimbo survived and is healing.
But he has a wound that will not heal, and his humans have a tiny human in the home. Because of this, the white coated humans advised that Akimbo go somewhere else. There is too much risk of infection.
His humans found a place to send Akimbo where he can get the care he needs. At Avalo Cat Sanctuary, kind humans will tend to his wound, express his bladder since he cannot go by himself, and give him physical therapy. Hopefully, this will help Akimbo recover.
But first, he needs to get from Singapore to South Carolina. And furiends, this means his humans need green paper things. The green paper things will help cover his travel expenses.
Do you have a few green paper things you can spare to help Akimbo make his way across the world? If you do, please help. And if you cannot help, please share his story so that others can.
A kind human in Lakeland, Florida, is running a cat rescue out of her towing business. Bastet Little Cat Rescue got its start 15 years ago when the human behind it took their tow truck to a junk yard. They noticed a mother cat and her tiny felines, and they wanted to help.
Their efforts help both the junkyards and the felines. One junkyard owner said they had approximately 20 feral cats in their junkyard before Bastet Little Cat Rescue came to help. Now, they are down to five. And one of the felines there has become their work pet.
The cat rescue efforts can be expensive and they are definitely labor intensive. But the kind human behind the rescue says they will not slow down.
“I don’t pick and choose what cats we take in,” they said. “We take them all in — broken legs, blind in one eye — and we care for the ones no one wants. The great people that I’ve come across willing to take these cats into their homes, it just warms my heart. It’s so rewarding. “
Furiends, this makes me happy for the felines who are being helped, the junkyards who no longer have feral cat issues, and the human behind the rescue!