Lizzy: Now in her forever home after being rescued in horrible condition in Upstate SC

This is an update on Lizzy (Liz), the pitiful kitty found by a Good Samaritan in Upstate South Carolina and taken into the care of Foster Paws Rescue, a 501c3 based in Greenville and well-respected for taking on many tough medical cases. They certainly had their hands full with Lizzy, as you can read in the PoC article posted November 20.

Ms. Lizzy: a lost soul who has been rescued
Ms. Lizzy: a lost soul who has been rescued
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Lizzy: from homeless to loving forever home
Lizzy: from homeless to loving forever home

Lizzy had some teeth removed (many had already fallen out) and was able to keep her two lower canine teeth. CARE Emergency Veterinary Hospital in Spartanburg provided excellent care for this girl, and enough donations came in to cover her veterinary bill with some left over for other cats at Foster Paws.

Now for the really great news! A lady named Deb saw Lizzy and offered to give this sweet kitty a forever home. Shown above are some new photos of Lizzy, courtesy of Facebook: Foster Paws Rescue page,  as well as the photo of Lizzy when she was first found (Facebook has been a real butthole on the original photo after it was reported. It was considered against Facebook policy and removed it from a few walls).

It’s nice to know Lizzy will spend the rest of her life in a loving, indoor home, thanks to Deb. If I come across any updated photos of Lizzy I’ll add them to the article.

Elisa

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5 thoughts on “Lizzy: Now in her forever home after being rescued in horrible condition in Upstate SC”

  1. Facebook has been notorious for delayed responses to remove portrayal of animal cruelty (especially to cats), while responding quickly to take down posting of rescue efforts like this. It’s a main reason I don’t even have a Facebook account anymore.

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