All We Need Is Love

The Good News and Bad News of Rescue

Every year we pray that kitten season will not bring us more than we can handle.  This year has amazed everyone!  The numbers of kittens needing our help seems endless.  Every rescue group and shelter in our area, and beyond, is filled to overflowing. We are stretched to the maximum for people to foster and for the dollars we need to spend to get all of them healthy.  This is the reason we are so adament about spaying and neutering all cats.

Your support has helped us rescue more cats and kittens this year than ever before.  In 2018 we had 262 adoptions for the whole year.  This year with 2 more months to go we are at 269! Wow!  Thank YOU!

Currently we have 3 bottle babies that came to us in trouble.  They all have damaged eyes. The good news is they are all eating well and growing.  The bad news is they are all going to be blind or partially blind.  Please pray for Peanut, Pecan and Cashew.  These tiny ones were found in a storm drain.  How their eyes got damaged is a mystery.  All we know for sure is none of them will have normal vision. At least one kitten will need an eye removed.

Cats are amazing.  They can have a very normal life with one eye.  If they are totally blind they need more protection and help from us but they still can have a wonderful life.  Thank you for helping Peanut, Pecan (passed away), & Cashew!

If you have the heart to help a cat with special needs live in a loving home, please let us know.  These sweet babies will be up for adoption in a few months and will need special people like you to take care of them.

 

 

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5 days ago

Kathy Barry Padgett

Is anyone missing this little kitty? Seen on ashlawn ct & found in 2600 block lakeview pkwy . friendly, but a little scared. Could be from monroe , jefferson or independence based on where she was found ? Pls msg or call 540 840 5021. ...

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5 days ago

Kathy Barry Padgett

Is anyone missing this little girl/ boy? Seen on ashlawn ct & found in 2600 block lakeview pkwy . friendly, but a little scared. Could be from monroe , jefferson or independence based on where she was found ? Pls msg or call 540 840 5021. ...

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1 week ago

Karen Baker Affholter

So sorry you had such a bad time with Inky. To lift your spirits, here is a picture of Daisy, formally Carmel. I cannot tell you the joy she brings to us and how much I love this little girl. Every day I tell her how glad I am she picked us. ...

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So the saying "When it rains, it pours!" is so true for Cause 4 Paws this week.

When we got home from having Willie's CT scan in Richmond, it was determined by our local vet that our pregnant Mom cat "INKY" was in distress and needed to have an emergency C section. We jump in the car and took her to VVC in Central Park. They kept her comfortable and did xrays and determine she might have a blockage in her intestine but had No Surgeon to do the surgery. Yesterday we picked her up and rushed her to Charlottesville VVS where Kevin Stiffler was able to help her. At that time the Babies had all died and he was trying to save the Mom Cat. She did come through it all ok and did have to have a portion of her upper intestine removed (It telescoped previously and didn't cause her problems until the stress of pregnancy with 6 kittens). We are happy to report that she is being released from the hospital tomorrow morning and we feel she will recover.
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My name is Squiggles, I’m a 4 year old spayed female short hair blue classic tabby. Current on vaccines and no health issues. Rabies 3yr done 02/02/18 and FVRCP 3yr done 03/02/19 at LHPH under Molly Welch. I’m a very sweet shy girl, and I’m looking for a quiet home with no other kitties that could bully me. I may do well in a new home with a calm dog.
Contact Virginia at Lee's Hill Pet Hospital 540 710-7111. if you have any questions or concerns. I hope C4P can help me find the purfect furever family 😊
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