Monday, September 23, 2019

KRLM Story: Special Sabrina...

Special Sabrina

"Approximately eighteen months ago our rescue crossed paths with a very special kitty named Sabrina. At that time, little did I know how many lives Sabrina would touch and bring so much love and friendship between strangers that are now friends for life. All this was due to little Sabrina.

Our rescue began the journey with Sabrina when we got a phone call from a Sister (Nun) from the Diocese of Fresno. The Sister began to ask about surrendering her calico senior kitty Sabrina that she had since she was a kitten and now fifteen years old. Before going into the fact that we try not to take surrender cats because we focus on shelter cats that will be put down in a few days...well, I began to listen to the Sister’s story. I wanted to know why after having Sabrina for all these years, she was needing to surrender her. 

 The Sister began to tell me that one of the hardest things on this earth for her to do was give up her life with Sabrina, how much Sabrina is part of her life, and they lived together in the Sister living quarters of the Diocese of Fresno. But it happened that she was being moved to another Diocese out of the area, and this other Diocese didn’t allow pets. My heart broke hearing her story and knowing in her heart this was one of the hardest things she had ever done. She went on to say..."
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Monday, September 2, 2019

Cat of the Month: Mary...


Please Meet:  MARY

Female 2 years old  look at them green eyes!
Fiv Neg and up to date with shots + micro-chipped
Mary came to us via a military family 
that had Mary since she was a kitten. 
They were being transferred out of the country for military reasons 
and couldn't take Mary with them. 
Mary is dog, kid, adult, other cat friendly.
She's very friendly and would love a new home!

If you've fallen in love with Mary:

 Mary has been Adopted!
Have a good life with your new family 🐾

KRLM Story: Andy, Katy & Mike


Katie & Mike

"Feral Paws is known to all the shelters in California, we pull cats from them. When we come into a shelter, we walk the kennels—not looking for the perfect, pretty, healthy kitties—we are looking for the ones that have been marked to be put down, or have a medical issue, or are just not perfect. We don’t judge if they are friendly, old, young, or feral, because it’s our goal to give the ones that won’t make it out of the shelter a second chance to have a safe and loving forever home.

 What makes it possible for our rescue to pull these types of kitties from the kill shelters? It is our amazing vet Dr. LeRoy LeBeuf of Kings Canyon Veterinary Foundation in Fresno. He isn’t just our rescue vet, but a board member as well. Dr. LeBeuf will go that extra mile to help the cats we pull from high-kill shelters. He has never once said a cat needs to be put down without trying to do what he can to help fix the problem the cat is having.

 For example, Andy, who was rescued from CCSPCA. Both of his front legs were crushed because a brick wall fell on them..."  READ MORE:  CLICK HERE

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