HomeHuman to cat relationshiprescuing catsDespite the odds, cat rescued from the streets of Greece is recovering

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Despite the odds, cat rescued from the streets of Greece is recovering — 5 Comments

  1. Michael
    I am so greatful to you for providing a site we can all come to share our grief and our appreciation for animals. I am not a member of facebook, but can read posts etc… But I chose to participate on your site because you allow so much to be brought for. I too pray for iron and powder. both touch my heart. Iron like my Brutus is a gray kitty who also has fiv and skin issues. I found him in a rescue and knew he was a special needs. Cats are so special and until one shares their house, they miss out on so much. I hope those two can at least enjoy all the time they have for now to be together. stories like this make me realize there are special people in the world who still care as much as all of us do.

    thank you again

  2. Iron and Powder are two precious souls. Thank you for this story. I am praying for them. I hope that Powder’s kidneys remain stabile. It would be great if they could find a home together, whether in a rescue center or a private home. My heart aches fo both of them.

  3. Poor little guy… both of them. I noticed that Iron also has the one eye dilated (or the other constricted) and so maybe some brain damage too? I’m hopelessly in debt but I’ll send something when I can.

    • Cat rescue become more meaningful the more needy and vulnerable the cat is. This is a great rescue. I love it.

      They look badly beaten up. God, it is so hard for these cats sometimes.

  4. Please note if you ever have a cat with pus coming out like that, get to a vet. We’ve had several who recovered and it took a round of antibiotics as well as antibiotic eyedrops/gel. Plus lots of warm soft linen to keep the eye from gluing shut.

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