Help deaf animals

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Angel- Playful the- Empurress

Empurress from- the House of- Ebersocats
Purred: Tue Jul 17, '12 7:42pm PST 
----- Original Message -----
From: child of God
To: info ; Jennifer Schlueter ; For Cat's Sake! ; sycatic1 ; Tracy Peterson ; cathrynmcd ; pawsforpurrs
Cc: fortheloveofcats ; kittyschatterbox
Sent: Monday, July 16, 2012 8:13 PM
Subject: [For the Love of Cats] Fwd: Deaf Animals

I received this email regarding a deaf cat and his hearing companion
who is in another state as well as a deaf dog all are in need of help
of getting off death row at the shelter they currently are at, and
need help finding great new,patient,loving perm homes. The 2 cats will
be lost without each other, so they must be placed together.These
animals are all located outside the state of Wisconsin.
Do you possisbly have room & are you willing to have your Rescue
Wagons/pet transport teams to take these special needs animals in your
facility/fosterr homes and help them find their own purr-fect,loving
forever homes?
If yes, please contact the person in the email I am forwarding to you
(scroll down for info), if unable to take them in yourself, please
pass this email on to any other contacts you have who might be able to
assist with these precious deaf animals.
Thanks so much in advance,
Kitty in Wisconsin

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Deaf Animals
Date: Sat, Jul 14, 2012 at 3:28 PM
Subject: Deaf Animals
To: kgrueschowjr2009@gmail.com

Deaf Animals