Furiends, Tenth Life, in St. Louis, helps a lot of my fellow felines. Their most famous alumni is a furiend of mine, Lincoln. This feline was a paralyzed ball of fur when he was found, but he recovered to become a playful and fun cat.
Recently, they participated in a giving day for their local area. And they raised many green paper things, furiends. Kind humans heard of the good work that Tenth Life does and gave generously. Thanks to kind humans in the St. Louis area, Tenth Life received $21,000 in donations.
That is a lot of green paper things, furiends! These donations mean that Tenth Life can continue to take on the cases that other cat rescue groups cannot. For example, a tiny feline named Canon got sick recently. Tenth Life rushed him to the emergency veterinarian, where the white coated humans examined him.
The white coated humans decided that Canon needed a lot of care and attention, and put him in intensive care. I am sure you know that this requires many green paper things. But thanks to many kind humans, Tenth Life has the resources to do things like this.
The white coated humans do not have an answer yet about what Canon needs. So this is a very tough and trying time for Canon, the white coated humans, and all of the caring humans at Tenth Life. But thanks to the generosity of kind humans, they know they can give him the care he needs.
As Tenth Life said, “times like this are awful, scary, and stressful which is why we’re so lucky to be part of such a loving, compassionate, and generous community, working together to give cats the lives they deserve.” And this is why I am so happy that kind humans gave green paper things to Tenth Life. They can continue to help give my fellow felines the lives they deserve!