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Jasmine is a life time foster cat who will need continuous donations for food and medical bills throughout her life!! Please donate one time, or sign up for a monthly sponsorship! Remember baby Jasmine? She and her three brothers were thrown out a car window going 55mph on Memorial Day .... They were flea, maggot, and infection ridden babies who were MAYBE 6 weeks old at the time. Everyone made a full recovery! They are all healthy and happy, but all on the small side as they were very malnourished when they came into rescue. Jasmine is a special case that we do not get all the time .... She was very used to fending for herself, and used to being outside. She loves it and thrives from it. In our rescue we adopt out all of our cats out as indoor pets ONLY. Because of this, we raise and train our cats in rescue to be litter box trained, and have good affectionate household manners in their foster home. Jasmine not only was acting out behaviorally, but trying to escape to be out with the dogs. She was very destructive of the home, and we could not adopt her out with these behaviors, and the foster home was at their wits end. After long discussions with the vet, rescue owner and various cat trainers we felt she was young enough to allow her to be outdoors so long as she remained that with a FOSTER HOME ONLY that had proper shelter for her in our Michigan weather! Jasmine is THRIVING and loving life outdoors! She has continuous visitors and is learning how to hunt in the barn that shelters her. She has other dog and cat buddies and even loves the horses! But Jasmine needs continuous support for her monthly and yearly expenses!
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