Monday, August 1, 2016

West Lost Angeles CA: Very URGENT! Mellie the Maine Coon #A1630544 is in serious danger at kill shelter

Mellie's Petharbor record is:
http://petharbor.com/pet.asp?uaid=LACT2.A1630544
She was impounded July 1st. Please hurry to save Mellie A1630544! Go to 11361 West Pico Boulevard 
Los Angeles, CA 90064
Phone Number: (888) 452-7381

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From: Cindy Paul <cpaulinc@gmail.com>
Date: Sun, Jul 31, 2016 at 6:43 PM
Subject: URGENT!: Millie the Maine Coon - In Danger at West LA Animal Care Shelter - West Lost Angeles, CA
To: 
Please help if you can. This is a special cat that is likely under so much stress and pain from being dumped and needing medical attention.
Please Cross Post!

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From: <emmsimon@aol.com>
Date: Sun, Jul 31, 2016 at 3:23 PM
Subject: Fwd: Millie the Maine Coon - In Danger at West LA Animal Care Shelter
To:

Hi all.  West LA is putting out a plea for Millie below and in the attached photo.  Large breeds such as Norwegian Forest and Maine Coon cats can get these urinary tract issues.  Most need a calm environment, really clean litter box, and prescription wet foods such as Royal Canin Urinary SO to help manage the urinary tract.  She is such a beauty.  Please share, consider adopting/fostering (not sure if fostering is an option) or rescuing.  Time is of the essence.  Please visit the shelter's FB page or call them directly to arrange adoption or a rescue.  

Thank you,
Emma

West Los Angeles Animal Care Shelter - 310.207.3156, 213.485.0494


RED/BLUE ALERT - URGENT
MILLIE - A1630544
6 year old spayed female, 12 lbs., Maine Coon/Mix


Millie needs an angel! Poor Millie isn't doing well at the shelter for multiple reasons. First off, she is straining to urinate. Our medical staff has her on medication, but she needs to be taken to a private vet to be fully evaluated. Second, Millie is acting out in her cage and will not allow anyone to touch her. This is Millie's second time at the shelter, and she is clearly tramatized. She was shy but did allow us to pet her when she first arrived and was receptive to affection. It's clearly the stressful shelter environment causing her to act out. Millie needs a quiet home with an experienced cat owner where she can recover medically and emotionally. Millie's time is limited and she needs someone to step up ASAP. Please share so the shelter is not this gorgeous girl's last home!