~~Received an email from a young lady needing to find a place for three cats. Here is her email:
I have three beautiful cats that I need to relinquish, TNR strays, that are perfectly fine with humans touching them. They are fixed, of course. I am moving to Europe August 19th and there is no one here that is willing to feed them. They will die if I leave them. I’ve even seen people in my neighborhood dumping their food and water… It infuriates me. They think they are pests, even though they cannot reproduce.
I don’t have much money but I am willing to take them to the vet to have their shots/be checked for leukemia.I brush and feed these three cats every day, and they fight for attention. They would be amazing, sweet pets. Two tabby males, and one grey and white female. They are probably around two or three years old. Ronald, the orange cat, is EXTREMELY friendly and handsome and will jump into my car or even go inside my apartment if called (we aren’t allowed pets frown emoticon ). The one in the makeshift house I made is named Ginger, and he is so sweet. Since I arrived one year ago, they have all put on weight, and could even be considered ‘overweight’ soon enough. I handle all three every day.
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