February 20th 2012 2:48 pm
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Written by Artie’s female human (Heather):
Another no-kill shelter agreed to provide medication and sanctuary for Graciela for life. Julie took Graciela there this morning. She thinks Graciela will adjust well there. Julie sends her thanks to everyone helping to find homes for her cats.
Unfortunately, Julie hasn’t been able to find a place to rent that is within her budget and that will accept cats. She is very scared and stressed out. Please keep an ear/eye out for any affordable rentals in the San Luis Obispo area that will accept cats.
Julie had previously hoped to keep four of her cats but now feels that three is a more realistic number (and even that might be a problem). The three remaining cats that she will be keeping are the cats requiring the most medical care. This is such a painful decision for her to make. I know that many times she has gone without in order to provide food and medication for her cats. She is such a good person and desperately needs help finding a place for herself and her cats to live.
She also still needs to re-home three cats. Please pass this information on to anyone you know who might be willing to adopt a cat (or cats). Although Julie lives in Central California, it might be possible to transport these cats to other areas of the country (with the help of the Caster Railroad). The cats still needing to be rehomed are the following:
1) Fuzz is a handsome 16-year-old boy with a lovely tuxedo pattern. Fuzz is laid back, loves being pet, and has a high-pitched little meow. Due to Fuzz’s age, Julie is having difficulty finding a new home for him. It breaks her heart to have to re-home him (he has lived with her for 13 years).
2) Autumn is a 10-year-old Abyssian mix with green eyes. Autumn suffered previous abuse but has come a long way since Julie rescued her. Autumn has hypercalcemia and receives sub-q fluids every other day but is otherwise doing very well.
3) Beijo is an adorable, sensitive 4-year-old boy. Beijo has never been in a shelter (just a previous foster home).
I am sending them all tons of purrs.
we still be purrin N hopin her finds a mew home quick lee N all de kittehs can go with her