Arrival Story: Harper was found starving, beaten and with blood dripping down her face. A kind person found her and she ended up at a kill shelter. The person who found her thought she was doing the right thing not realizing that a kitten in her condition is at risk for euthanasia because of her injuries. It is cheaper to kill than to mend. Someone recognized her breed and rescued her again. I was asked to help her. I went to see her and she reached her tiny paw through the bars of her cage. I felt the tug and saw a kitten in need. I brought her home. Someone had abused her and abandoned her yet she is still a bundle of love.
Bio: We have a big problem in the area with purebred and mixed breed cats ending up in need of rescue. The theory is because of the lax laws in some counties. There are counties without animal control for cats. We have back yard breeders angling to make money. They care very little about the cats. She is a product of that kind of environment. Who would kick a month old kitten in the face?