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ED: The Abandoned and Broken Cat — 18 Comments

  1. The person who left this little cat at the home of a cat rescuer does show that he or she cared about the cat. Possibly the person had no funds to go to a vet and waited, hoping the cat would heal on his own. Then gave up and left the cat in hopes he would be helped. The person procrastinated to the detriment of the cat but I don’t think he or she meant to be cruel. This person’s circumstances are not fully known and I think it wrong to judge in this case. I am glad the cat is getting better and I am sure someone will adopt him. I would myself but live in a complex that allows only one cat and I have a cat. I will be praying for this little cat.

  2. Hi guys sorry I haven’t posted back – Maisey gave birth to four babies last night a ginger, a ginger and white, a tabby and a peachy cream; so it’s been busy – we also waved off two cats to their forever homes
    Masiey and babies doing well and will send u all some pics soon xxx

  3. I’ve seen some things in my time and companion animals are often a last consideration oh I’m too busy, I don’t have the money, the transport ….anything but doing what’s right! Poor Ed the pain he must have been in bless him poor lad 🙁 Thank God for everyone ate Ark on the edge for making this fella a lot happier already.

  4. Poor Ed. I just can’t imagine treating an animal that way, especially a cat. Some people just aren’t grateful for how special is the bond between cat and caretaker when the cat is loved and cared for. It seems to be the way of human beings to treat like trash the greatest gifts given us in this world: their children, companion animals, the beauty of nature. But they give the highest honor to everything that doesn’t matter one bit: money, cars, clothes, tv’s, every luxury that makes life comfortable. But money can be stolen or lost, cars break down, clothing wears out, tv’s break or become obsolete– anything we own can and will be taken from us at some point. We can’t take it with us. But the love we shared with other beings, the times we truly connected with nature, learned of our Creator by admiring and caring for His creation– those are the things that live on in our hearts, even at the very end of life.

    But so many people don’t care about friendship or anything, just their stuff. At the end, they will have nothing, nothing to show that they even lived. A pet well cared for is better than the most expensive television or phone or computer. All the material things become obsolete, out dated, out of style and are no longer remembered. But if you connected with an animal or human friend, those memories are as fresh as if it were yesterday even after twenty or thirty years have passed.

  5. Oh poor Ed, he must have had to bear so much pain, what a cruel person that was who waited all that time before deciding to do something about it, it’s just a pity that the decision was to abandon him, but of coursed it was the best thing that could happen for Ed as whatever happens now he will be safe, loved and cared for. I couldn’t do what you do and ne non judgemental of people, I would have to give some of them a tongue lashing at times.

  6. What is beautiful about this is the cat’s behaviour in accepting it and doing his best to live with the injury. What is ugly about is the human’s behaviour in hurting him. This seems to be a common theme in cat abuse cases.

  7. Ill post some money nxt week as its such a good cause. Its sad about this boy hes such a beautiful Ginger Cat too my favourite. Hope someone nice over tere can give him a forever home. 🙂

  8. If u look at his eyes in the second picture (day he arrived) and the at the third pic from a couple of days ago – I can see a huge difference! Xxx

    • Yes in the last pic you can see him starting to look a bit more hopeful about life.
      He is such a handsome boy
      X for his furry head

  9. All I can ever do is just sit and shake my head when I read stories like Ed’s. I’ve given up on trying to figure out how people can abuse or neglect animals.
    Ed is so handsome. I’m happy he wound up at Ark.
    He would be so perfect for an older person needing sweet companionship.

  10. Poor Ed, you just can’t imagine how anyone could be so cruel as to neglect him, then dump him on someone’s doorstep, his story is heart breaking.
    So glad he’s safe with you at the Ark now and receiving lots of tlc as well as veterinary care.
    I hope he gets a wonderful forever home, he deserves to.

  11. Marc we have just recieved your donation and we are so grateful – it’s amazing the kindness – thank you
    I am hoping Ed finds a home because he such a character, he is a very interactive cat and loves to be around you – but he is also a stubborn gent lol
    Ed would make someone a lovely cat but being 10 years old a lot of people just walk past

  12. Poor Ed. That’s so sad and cruel. It’s just awful that animals must silently take cruelty when they are trapped by it. He must be feeling alot better already. Glad he is social. That’s a good sign.

    I just donated to Ark – maybe you can use that moeny for Ed if you want. Poor boy. I hope he finds a nice home. But I’m telling that if he doesn’t I will adopt him. I doubt it would ever come to that but I am just saying.

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