Bubba is a gorgeous, super sweet giant orange tabby cat. He is about 6-7 years old and he has had a lot of challenges so far. He was turned in to the East Valley Animal Shelter years ago, and a Happy Strays Rescue volunteer took him in. Bubba is FIV+ but doesn't exhibit any symptoms at all. His former foster mom and our beloved volunteer who adopted Bubba, kept him has family cat. Unfortunately, our friend passed away this summer and Bubba is in need of a permanent home. Even though he is FIV+, he can live safely with other cats because of his mellow personality. He is not a fan of small dogs but does just find with larger ones. We would be happy to share information about FIV with you. On behalf our rescue, thank you for your interest. In honor of our dear friend, we'd love to see Bubba placed in an amazing home!
Happy Strays has struggled to care for many kittens like Hope due to limited financial resources. If you would like to donate to the medical care of kittens and cats, please consider Happy Strays as your charity of choice.
Loving kitties with imperfections: Adopt Rafi, Tawny, or Kiara
Rafi, Tawny, and Kiara were born under the house of one of our rescue volunteers. By the time their momma brought them out from under the house, all three kittens had severe eye infections. Their foster mom bottlefed them and treated their eyes, but all three kittens have impaired vision. Kiara and Tawny have fairly good vision in one eye. Rafi has very limited vision in both of his eyes, but it doesn't slow him down at all. The three kittens were born in May 2012 and would love forever homes soon.
Piccolo found a home...
Piccolo is one of 13 kittens and 2 mommas rescued from East Valley Shelter. She was born with a genetic eye defect in July 2012. When she came to us we didn't think she would make it, but this sweet little girl was too sweet for us to give up on her! The eye defect caused repeated eye infections in her right eye and she had been seen every few weeks by our wonderful vet, Dr. Rebecca. The good news is that Piccolo's eye did not require surgical removal. Piccolo was recently adopted in January, however, her medical bills remain the responsibility of the rescue. If you are able to assist us with Piccolo's recovery fund, please consider a donation via our PayPal link.
CATS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS
Cats and kittens arrive at the rescue with all sorts of ailments from upper respiratory illnesses and colds to broken bones.
If you can help with donations to cover the medical expenses of our cats and kittens in foster care, any amount would be greatly appreciated as surgery, antibiotics, and excellent veterninary care are expensive. Thank you on behalf of Happy Strays Rescue!
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