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-cat rescue

August 3rd 2007

Arrival Story:
They were abandoned & left to die in a city sidewalk. I took them in and with the help of wonderful, caring people we're giveing them all the love, care & attention they deserve!!! The kitties are just days old, they still have the umbilical chord attached. I'll be constantly updating on their progress. Sorry for the fuzzy pictures but I've been so hurried with their care & feeding that I took these ones very fast before they left. I will add more pictures soon. Can't wait until they open their eyes!!!

Three of them are orange and one of them is black. They're all adorable but I gotta say my favorite is the black one. My husband named him Domingo, because we found them on a Sunday but we can't tell yet which are boys or girls. UPDATE: After their first visit to the vet we found out they're all BOYS!!

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A Survival Story

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August 27th 2007 1:57 pm
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Hello to all our new friends at catster!!! We've made lots of friends & we appreciate everyone's interest & concern. A special thanks to LILLIBET'S mommy for all her kind words & her good tips!!!

The little angels are 3 weeks old and as you can see in the new pics & video they're much bigger!!! As I first mentioned I was not gonna foster them & we placed them with a girl who volunteered but the girl bailed out in less tha 24 hours?!?! I guess she didn't know what she was getting into...

So me and Monica are taking turns each week with the precious ones. But once they're with me it's sooo hard letting go of them. I couldn't see them for over a week and when they came back they had opened their eyes and where so big!!! So last week I had them until Thursday and hopefully I'll get them back in two days.

They had their first deworming last Monday and two of them had URI (upper respiratory infection) so they're all taking antibiotics. But they seem to be doing just fine!!!

I never thought I could ever felt so much love for any cat and here I am in love with four of them. I've researched & read alot about orphan care & all that stuff and I'm looking forward for the weeks to come, they grow really fast and I hate missing out on them. I wish they could spend all their time with me but the very same week I rescued them my father became very ill & he's still in ICU. What a coincidence that every time my father has fallen ill each one of my pets "arrived" in my life... It happened with Smokey four years ago & now again. Even though these little kitties require so much work the time I spend with them it's my therapy and no matter how tired I am being close to them just makes me feel better.

I'll keep you all posted and we wish you the best!!!

Diana, foster mommy to FOUR LITTLE ANGELS


We have Guardian Angels!!!

August 9th 2007 8:29 am
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This past Sunday as I was sitting in my car waiting for my husband to come down I noticed something furry laying on the sidewalk, I couldn't see what it was & I thought it was dead. I got out of the car & it was 4 newborn cats. I don't know how old they were but they still had the umbilical chord & they were ALIVE!!!! I couldn't believe someone could do a thing like that!!! I put them in a box & left them at my vet until I could think of something. I couldn't sleep at all that night.
I went to the vet the next day and I was going to pay for their boarding, food, vaccines until they would be ready for adoption but the vet told me that they didn't have enough people at the clinic to take care of orphaned kitties & they sent me home with them with a big to-do list.
I've NEVER had or held a cat in my life, I'm a Dog person, amd here I was with 4 little kitties abandoned in the most cruel way and who desperately needed me for tons of attention, love and nourishment. After I preppped an area of my room for my new babies I researched for hours on Neonatal care & I was terrified!! How was I ever going to do all this?!?! If anybody has ever been in my position you know how i felt!!
But all my fears melted away everytime I took a look at them and so I took the big challenge of keeping these little angels alive & healthy. How ironic, i've never really liked cats that much, i don't have kids yet & now i was "mom" to these tiny, innocent creatures... The first two feedings were quite traumatic & frustrating but I got the hold of of it by the third. They need to be fed every 2 hours, so by the time I was finished with the last one i had about 30 mins to start the next... that night i was covered in formula & stool but i LOVED how i smelled!!!!
I knew i couldn't foster the kitties for much longer because of my job so i called dozens of organization & no-kill shelters but got the same answer: we can't take the that small!!! What was I going to do?!?! And then our guardian angel came to our rescue!!! I contacted Monica Ferrer, owner of the Pawtisserie and a cat lover, who as soon heard about the story moved around & promised me she would find someone to foster them. Monica called me the next day and she had found a girl who would volunteer and i will donate all their food, vaccines & the spay/neuter surgeries. I was relieved & happy for them but every hour I spent with them i grew more and more attached. I loved how they smell, their little sounds & purring and I was very regretful of giving them up... And so the dreaded hour came when their new foster mom, Nicole, would pick them up... I prepared a big box with their blankets, carrier, cotton balls, heating pad, food and tons of instructions... it seemed like they were going away for college!!! All i remember is crying the whole time just like I am now...I don't know why i'm crying this much since i'll be able to see them anytime i want, they're in great hands & many people have volunteered to help us.
I just pray every hour that they all can make it thorough, I was warned that it's very hard for them & maybe all will not survive but I want to beat those odds....
I've been a Dogster member for 3 years and this is my first time here at Catster, if any of you have been through this let me know your experience. I will be updating on these kitties journey and hopefully this will story will have a HAPPY ENDING... Please join our prayers for these little ones...

Love to all,

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