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Vona was so sick her vet wasn’t sure she’d survive, but look at her now — 5 Comments

  1. Thank you for publishing this story. Vona has such a special place in my heart. She is only 10 months old and her fur is so shiny and soft. We have had the coldest winter in history in the Pacific Northwest and how she survived in the cold I will never know. She is so grateful to have a home now and she trills and talks and nuzzles up to me whenever I am near. She is slowly meeting the other animals of the house but is still shy. She will be a wonderful addition to our family.
    The photo I am attaching is one I took just a day after rescuing her. She clung to me and I will never forget that.

  2. Michael, this touches my heart strings. 2 months ago, my son and I rescued a little ninja (black) kitty from what would have been a certain death had we not found her that night. She was literally a bag of bones and had patches of fur missing all over as well. It was one of those cold winter nights, and my vet and I agreed that she would not have made it through the night. I kept her in a crate overnight until I could get her to my vet the next morning. She was checked out and completely safe to be around my current *kids*. My vet only gave her a 50-50 chance to survive. 2 months later, she is full of life, her fur is all grown back and she is pretty much back to normal weight. I took her to see my vet when I had to take one of my other *kids* in for his yearly check-up. My vet was totally shocked, but very ecstatic!! He could not believe his eyes!! He looked at me point blank and said that he did not expect her to live. He was so very happy with and for me and little Isabella Rey!! So I can totally relate to this story!! I am now back up to 13 adopted/rescued kitties. ♥♥♥ Bless Vona and her forever family!! ♥♥♥

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