Thursday, October 12, 2017

#Houston #TX: 10/12 NEW PHOTOS RE: 2 Orange #Cats in Dire Need!

Please help these two cats find their new homes. They are not a bonded pair. Thank you for helping Oliver and Liam.

CONTACT Rescuer KATHY G. at her email address kgolding AT suebausa.com for more information.
Liam was on modeling for photos
On Thu, Oct 12, 2017 at 8:50 AM, Kathy Golding <kgolding@suebausa.com> wrote:
Ha!  Yes, he would need to get used to new people.  So it would take someone who knew his backstory and is willing to give him a little time and patience.
Oliver is totally adoptable as is.

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10/2 POST
10/2 Alexandra and Kathy report there have been no inquiries. Please help if you can.
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9/29 POST
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From: Kelsey, Alexandra <alexandra.kelsey@bracewell.com>
Date: Fri, Sep 29, 2017 at 3:00 PM
Subject: Return Policy: Works better for mascara than for cats. (Houston)
To:
Cc: Kathy Golding <kgolding@suebausa.com>


I don't know about you, but when a sales clerk tells me it's fine to return something if it doesn't work out, I feel ok about that.  I don't usually return things, but when I do, it's a pretty routine event.

For cat rescuers who work in big cities with a lot of stray-cat populations, the Return Policy concept gets a whole lot greyer.  When you rescue what you think is a feral cat, intending to fix the kitty and return her/him to a location, it can be hard when that location is wretched.  When you rescue a cat who turns out to be sweet and you have no option other than return to the Bad Place, suddenly the Return Policy gets a whole lot more emotionally charged.

So, here we are today:  Kathy has two sweet cats who came from a place that you wouldn't want to go at night and where you wouldn't go alone ever.  She has fully vetted these two boys (neuter/combo test/FVRCP shot/Rabies/fecal).  One kitty, Liam, is FIV+ and the other buff kitty, who has a cute cauliflower ear, is FIV-.  Both sweet, each with no place to call home.

Kathy is sick at the prospect of returning these cats to a bad place, and frankly, she is probably a little bit crazy from just going to that place at all.  But, she keeps going back to try to feed the poor cats there, and now, she is hoping against hope that the two nice boys she has will get a chance to have a real cat life instead of a short-term battle to survive starvation, poisoning, human depravity and the elements.

I have attached pictures of Liam, a darling orange tabby, and the Impressionist Cat, who is a buff boy.

Please pass this on, and if you have any bandwith to help, contact Kathy.  She urgently needs to sort these boys out, as she has dogs and cats who seriously do not want visitors at their house.

I am sure these boys would even think they'd died and gone to Heaven if they even had a home in a nice yard, with some shelter in cold or rainy weather.

Kathy is at kgolding@suebausa.com .

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