Gertrude is a very sweet, loving kitty. She was rescued by a cat-loving member of the Bill Foundation. When she was rescued she was extremely skinny, had scabies, a heart murmur, and has an infected eye that may eventually need to be removed. The vet will reevaluate to see if this is necessary. Due to the heart murmur and her fragile state, the Bill Foundation veterinarian has elected to wait to have her eye removed. She has been very tolerant of all of the poking and prodding she has had to endure since being rescued.
Due to her health issues as listed above, Gertrude’s care, including her medical care, will be taken care of by the Bill Foundation if necessary. Gertrude is a special needs cat.
If you would like to learn more about Gertrude, would like to meet her and adopt her, or are interested in fostering, please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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