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PoC Cat Charity Donation for July 2014 — 23 Comments

      • Please find a way, Michael.
        That amount would supply him with enough materials to make an awesome structure plus help him care for his cats.

          • Yes, Dee that doesn’t seem to work always. On occasions I have seen that it has not picked up the recipient. Don’t worry we’ll find a way of getting some money to him. The beauty of giving this gentleman some money is that it will go much further in Pakistan than it will in the UK for instance. US$50 in Pakistan is quite a lot of money I suspect.

  1. So pleased to see Mr Jinks improving, Walsall CP seems a very worthy cause if they are chosen for the July donation, I hope so.

  2. Hello

    I’m still pinning my hopes on The Walsall Borough Cats protection league 🙂 they have been wonderful 🙂

    Update on Mr Jinks the Walsall’s decision to pay £800 for him to see a specialist has paid off 🙂 took him for his Xray last Thursday and the specialist said he is 80% healed! He said the plate and 8 screws and chipping away the distorted part of the bone has worked and another few weeks and he will be 100% ok! But you would think nothing ever happened to him the way he runs around! He’s out of his pen all the time now just back at night to sleep and he still jumps back in to get his food because he has got so used to living in there apart from exercise. Here he is 🙂

    • I enjoyed your comment. Positive and hopeful. Your suggestion of The Walsall Borough Cats Protection League is on the list of possible donees. I’ll select a charity and make the donation at the end of the month.

      • Thank you Michael 🙂 He didn’t deserve what happened to him but he does deserve to be able to keep all his legs and lead a normal life bless him. Fingers crossed for CPL 🙂

    • I’m so pleased Mr Jinks is doing so well. Without CP he wouldn’t have been able to have all the treatment he needed. Well done you too for caring for him all these months.
      I think Walsall CP would be a wonderful recipient for a donation.

      • I think he is Kylee he has lovely markings and love his Black toe on the foot of the leg the vet wanted to amputate I’m so glad I stood my ground and said no.

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