EMMA
7/2015   Emma came to us from a shelter in NJ.  The do everything possible to not have to put to an animal to sleep.  Emma had been adopted as a kitten but was then returned because she test FELV+ They tried for a year to find another home for her and even though she is as sweet as can be they were unsuccessful.  Spaces in FELV shelters are very hard to find also so she was growing up in a cage. (They took her out to play with her and socialize her) Because of the combined work of 2 Nancy’s  (Pictured)  She is now with us.  Nancy1 drove her 1/2 way to us,  and Nancy 2 drove up and met her.  Nancy2 used to volunteer at the shelter in NJ and knew Emma.  She suggested to Nancy 1 that she ask her if there was a chance we could make room for her.   And that is how she has come to live with us. You will be able to watch her on Monday’s live on http://ustream.tv/blindcatrescue and ROKU after she clears quarantine.
Her baby picture at the animal control shelter
Nancy & Nancy
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12/23/2015  To our sadness,  Emma went into respiratory distress today. The vet found a massive mass in her lungs.  The painful decision was made to let her go.  We were blessed to have been with her for the time she had with us.  She will be so missed.
EMMA
72015   Emma came to us from a shelter in NJ.  The do everything possible to not have to put to an animal to sleep.  Emma had been adopted as a kitten but was then returned because she test FELV+ They tried for a year to find another home for her and even though she is as sweet as can be they were unsuccessful.  Spaces in FELV shelters are very hard to find also so she was growing up in a cage. (They took her out to play with her and socialize her) Because of the combined work of 2 Nancy’s  (Pictured)  She is now with us.  Nancy1 drove her 1/2 way to us,  and Nancy 2 drove up and met her.  Nancy2 used to volunteer at the shelter in NJ and knew Emma.  She suggested to Nancy 1 that she ask her if there was a chance we could make room for her.   And that is how she has come to live with us. You will be able to watch her on Monday’s live on http://ustream.tv/blindcatrescue and ROKU after she clears quarantine.
Her baby picture at the animal control shelter
Nancy & Nancy
Exploring quarantine room
next previous
Sponsored by Jillian - Thank you! Sponsored by Marcia - Thank you! Sponsored by Nancy P - Thank you! Sponsored by Nancy S - Thank you!
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Sponsored by Tina - Thank you! Sponsored by Lynn - Thank you!
12/23/2015  To our sadness,  Emma went into respiratory distress today. The vet found a massive mass in her lungs.  The painful decision was made to let her go.  We were blessed to have been with her for the time she had with us.  She will be so missed.