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UPDATE ON EDWARD (2/11/2016)
Edward is doing well after having his leg amputated and is safe and sound in foster with Meghan. As you can see, now that he is not sick and in pain, he is a real lover.
Second Chance Sheltering Network Inc still needs help with Edward's vet bill, any amount would help on our website or send to our address below. These street cats need our help........
PO Box 175
Spring Brook, NY 14140
Hi, my name is EDWARD
I was hit by a car on Bailey Avenue and left to fend for myself. Luckly,
and was rescued by Rose a Second Chance volunteer who took me right
into the vet.
The vet said my leg had been like that for about a week (it really
was broken in two places, my leg was already black and infected
had a high fever. To save my life, my leg had to be amputated.
Second Chance does not ask for help very often, BUT they need
my vet bills. If you can, please donate on their website
to help them out...........
after all, they saved my life.
You can click on the "donate" button at the top of the page.
Our dedicated volunteer Marilyn hand makes these beautiful fleece
ranging from small to large enough to fit over a chair or
couch. Ranging in
price from $6.00 -
$10.00 all proceeds go directly to our rescued cats. She
delicious chocolate suckers, all kinds of flavors for $1.00.
are for sale when we show case our cats out side Honey Hill Pet
located inside Eastern Hills Mall. Fridays evenings and Saturday PM.
We Now Have a Wish List on Amazon.com for the Shelter Animals.
Just Click on the Wish List Box Below, Pick What You Would Like to Donate
Purchase It and It Will Be Shipped Right to Second Chance!
Click on the Logo
Volunteers Needed for Socializing & Cleaning Kitties
PETsMART & Honey Hill in Williamsville
If You Love Animals and Can Volunteer 2 to 3 Hours a Week to Help Us
Make The Cat's Journey on The Way To Their New "Fur Ever" Home Easier........
FOSTER HOMES NEEDED
Fosters act as the bridge between what was and what can be. They are the pathway to a new life.
You will know them by sight, because they are made of mush. Their hearts melt when they see the animals, matted and sore, limping, depressed, lonely, unwanted, and afraid to love.
For a little time these homeless creatures are theirs. The kittys are fed with the foster's own hands. They are loved with a whole heart and the kittys in turn are made whole themselves.
But then the foster must be made of steel. The time comes when the kitty is well and sleek. When their eyes shine and their tails flick with joy. Now comes the hard part. They must let them go - not without a tear, but without a regret. For they are safe forever, and a new animal needs the foster now.
IS THIS YOU?
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