Friday, May 29, 2015

Newark NJ: URGENT!!! Cat will be out on streets 5/30 BEAUTIFUL young MAINE COON boy

Hunter the Maine Coon needs humane care;
he is going to be dumped on the streets of Newark 5/30/15
Urgent! Kathy Yates is not the one with the cat but she emailed (forwarded message herebelow). She is in central NJ and has also offered to help by driving Hunter the cat within 100 miles if someone will rescue, foster, adopt or otherwise rescue him. [Kathy also posted an alert on the Facebook community page "Helping NJ Animals" (it shows in the sidebar) in case you wish to see Facebook coverage (embedded post here at end of Kathy's message---click where it says Thursday, May 28, 2015). There are 46 shares there but not sure Facebookers will keep Hunter the Maine Coon from being dumped on the streets of Newark again on 5/30/15.] Please contact Kathy Yates very urgently at ktyates@gmail.com if you can offer this fellow a safe environment, temporary foster, adoption, or other aid.

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Gregg Mayer <wellbeings77@macgreggor.com>
Date: Fri, May 29, 2015 at 1:26 PM
Subject: NJ: BEAUTIFUL young MAINE COON BEING TOSSED OUT IN NEWARK THIS WEEKEND- URGENT!!!!!!!!!!!!! out on 5/30
To: "gregg mayer (wellbeings77@earthlink.net)" <wellbeings77@earthlink.net>

Subject: BEAUTIFUL young MAINE COON BEING TOSSED OUT IN NEWARK THIS WEEKEND- URGENT!!!!!!!!!!!!! out on 5/30

Contact ktyates@gmail.com - I am just sharing....

IN DIRE NEED OF FOSTER Hunter is a gray Maine Coon, app 4 y/o rescued originally by a woman doing TNR in East Orange/Newark area. He was friendly, affectionate. He was adopted to a woman who has severe psychological issues--very high functioning person. I was not around this group at the time so I never met the woman. Evidently Hunter was scratching her carpet so she made a type of chicken coup and kept him outside. He escaped and was found after searching for around a couple of weeks. He was returned to this woman who took him and had him fully vetted as a feral. This woman then surrendered Hunter back to the rescuer who is intending to release him back TOMORROW where she found him in Newark because now all he does is hiss at her.
I'm reaching out to see if there is somewhere he could be fostered, given regular meals and safe space where he could begin to trust again.
Contact ktyates@gmail.com


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