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This week, my friend contacted me about two young female cats between 5 to 6-months-old, abandoned by their owner.
He left them in the apartment since September 8th without paying the rent and notifying the building management, but luckily, the kitties managed to survive for the last few months because of the kindness of the previous owner's friend who realised the cats had been left and since been feeding them. She can't take them as she only has a room and works long shifts.
She is very worried for the welfare of these cats because the building management is threatening to lock the abandoned apartment very soon, which will be fatal for the kittens.
So far, the building management allows the caregiver to access the location to feed them, and even though they have promised to give notice before they lock the apartment, it could be any day from now.
This week, I visited the cats to assess the situation. The kitties were in good condition, very friendly, and wanted love. They didn't seem too stressed as they were together, in familiar surroundings and currently being fed.
According to the caregiver, the cats are recused, not spayed, but are fully vaccinated. They have been given no names, so we have named them Zoya (calico) and Tania (grey).
These two cuties are perfect adoptable house cats; they are clean, litter-trained, well-behaved, friendly, and gorgeous! However, their prospect of finding a home in Kuwait is not good. Unfortunately, the country suffers from a high rate of animal cruelty, abandonment, and a lack of animal rights and welfare education. So, finding serious families and responsible individuals to commit to their pets is extremely rare.
Therefore, Zoya and Tania will have better chances of finding a forever home overseas. Hence, I would like to help them travel to the USA for a new start in life. We already have a fantastic group who have agreed to look for an adopter/foster and take them under their organisation.
We don't usually ask for donations for our spaying and neutering services, but on this occasion, we really need you; this is an unexpected expense. We've been dealing with countless rescues of abandoned pets and never asked for funding, but we need help for Zoya and Tania.
We plan to use your generous donations collected through your kindness of fundraising to take Zoya and Tania to the vet for a check-up, tested for FIV and FeLV, and spayed. Also, to pay for health certificates, an export permit and a travelling crate. All the steps of this process will be shown alongside all the invoices, so if you can spare change, it will be much appreciated to give the beautiful cats a real chance in the life they deserve. Thank you for your time.
Zoya and Tania on Four Paws websiteUpdate posted by Sheeta_n_Co A. at 08:21 pm
Zoya and Tania are available as a bonded pair for fostering and/or adoption on Four Paws website, www.fourpaws.orgFour Paws operates in the DMV area
Zoya and Tania supplies receiptUpdate posted by Sheeta_n_Co A. at 08:08 pm
Zoya and Tania's grooming receiptUpdate posted by Sheeta_n_Co A. at 08:01 pm
Zoya's negative results to FIV/FELVUpdate posted by Sheeta_n_Co A. at 07:52 pm
Zoya is negative to FIV/FELV
Tania's negative results to FIV/FELVUpdate posted by Sheeta_n_Co A. at 07:50 pm
Tania and Zoya's dewormer invoiceUpdate posted by Sheeta_n_Co A. at 07:48 pm
Tania's InvoiceUpdate posted by Sheeta_n_Co A. at 07:45 pm
Zoya's InvoiceUpdate posted by Sheeta_n_Co A. at 07:44 pm
Update on Zoya and TaniaUpdate posted by Sheeta_n_Co A. at 07:35 pm
We took Zoya and Tania to the vet on Sunday 29th of September. They had a general check up, they were estimated to be around 6 months. They also got dewormed and micro-chipped and tested negative to FIV and FeLV. They are healthy.