Age: 6 Years Sex: Male Weight: 8 lbs.
|Home:Carrollton, GA ||[I have a diary!] |
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Special Gift Box:
Peaches & Cream
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May 6th 2007
Our dog Holly!
The bell ball and catnip mouse.
Favorite Nap Spot:
In my lap or cuddled beside me!
Anything that is from a can! And cat milk!
Looking up with those ice blue eyes and melting your heart!
4/20/10: Peaches comes home!
I first saw Peaches while helping find a foster for sweet Sampson in TX. I joined the Maine Coon Rescue group, and I began getting their email messages. To my surprise, I saw a lovely cat in the kill shelter right in my hometown! Of course, I had to help.
Originally, I was just planning to foster Peaches, but how can you let such a stunning, loving, gentle soul go? I sure can't! Welcome, Peaches!!
Based on my research and the advice of knowledgeable and helpful people, I believe Peaches is a high white bicolour/van flame point Ragdoll. of course with a rescue, you never really know for sure. Ragdoll fits not only due to his loving, relaxed nature but his appearance matches the pictures of flame point Ragdolls so well right down to his paw tufts. I've never had a Ragdoll before but what a joy! I love him!
7 of 9
Sweet as a GA Peach!
The Groups I'm In:
Friends of the Blind Cat Rescue & Sanctuary
I've Been On Catster Since:
|April 20th 2010
||More than 3 years!
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May 17th 2010 6:08 pm
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My Meowmy asked me to write my very first diary entry today for a very special cause!
I have two brofurs who are blind and one sisfur who is visually impaired. My angel sisfur, Scarlett, was blind while she was on Earth.
Did you know that even 'no-kill' shelters sometimes euthanize blind cats because they are considered 'unadoptable'?
Did you realize that a blind, black blind cat - like our Bones and Charcoal - stands virtually no hope of adoption?
That cats can become blind due to birth defects, trauma, untreated disease, and yes, even human cruelty?
Did you also know that blind cats love to climb??
That they love to play with cat toys??
That they run and jump and enjoy life JUST LIKE OTHER CATS?
Did you know that there's a very special place for blind cats? A place where they are treated with love, respect, and care? It's TRUE!
This heaven-on-earth for blind cats is Blind Cat Rescue & Sanctuary of North Carolina, featured in the June, 2010 issue of Cat Fancy. www.blindcatrescue.com
BCR is the dream and life's work of a very special woman, and the Sanctuary depends on the sponsorships of the cats and donations from caring people around the world.
But YOU can help BCR today and everyday in the Shelter Challenge at The Animal Rescue Site! It's FREE and EASY and it can truly make a difference.
http://www.theanimalrescuesite.com/clickToGive/ home.faces? siteId=3
Our Stevie, Bones, Scarlett, and Charcoal are some of the lucky ones. They found a loving, caring home, thanks to messages sent to my Meowmy from BCR! Other kitties need the resources only a Rescue can provide.
Won't you help by voting today and every day during the contest for Blind Cat Rescue of NC? (Don't forget to confirm your vote by identifying the animal photo shown after you vote!)
All the blind kitties will purr in gratitude!!
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