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Q: Help, Shorty Please?

August 30, 2010 | By Ches21 | 3 answers | Expired: 1418 days ago

Ches21

Evryone knows Shorty well he has been with rescued paws for awhile now looking for a new home but he does not get along with other cats or get along with children. He only gets along with small dogs and teenagers and adults. Recently it has been found by the vets that he has irritable vaule syndrome which is just another word for cancer it is just gonna get worse and worse until he has a painful death. He is only 5 or 6 years old and he is a very friendly orange kitty he loves attention you can see him on petfinder and type in 98632 for the zip code. the only way to save him is with a pill that is very exspensive and then his new owner would have to be willing to pay for it as well he also has to be on a special diet that is exsensive as well I would really appracaite it if some one could help be adopting him and making his dream come true or just make a small donation and sponsor him so he has a bit of a better chance. Let me know soon?

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OldWetHen
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Aug 30, 2010

At my shelter we have a number of unadoptable animals in foster care who are sponsored by the public. It's part of our program, and it works. Check it out at safehavenpfoa.org. The sponsors get photos of the animal, Xmas cards with the animal's pic on it, and maybe even bookmarks with the pics. They send in lump sums or $10 a month. Let me know when you set up a sponsor program and I'll make the first donation.

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OldWetHen
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Aug 30, 2010

Also, be sure to mark him "special needs" on Petfinder. Some people want an animal in perfect health while others search for someone who really needs a hand.

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daryl b.
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Aug 30, 2010

ches this is so sad. i truely wish i could help in someway. i hope he is not in pain. this is such a sad thing and i hope you find a kind soul to help him. good luck shorty and i wish you the best of luck

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