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I am already spayed, housetrained, a special needs pet, good with kids, and good with cats.
We named this kitty Hope because that is what she symbolizes. Hope came into our care in July when she was seven weeks old. She was found as a stray and was taken to a local vet who then called us. Hope had a virus that caused corneal ulcers, making her eyes swollen shut and red. We expected the worst thinking Hope would be blind for life. But there is hope after all. Her right eye had to be removed. She still has vision in her left eye, though it is not 20-20 vision. Limited eyesight hasn't stopped Hope from being a spunky little girl. She loves feather toys and play mice. She loves to be held and petted. Her fur is super soft.
Hope is now four months young, is dewormed, feline leukemia tested (negative), vaccinated, spayed, and microchipped. She is in loving foster care in Flora, Illinois with Carolyn Wickiser. Her adoption fee has been sponsored thanks to a donation by Brian and Sherry Brookheart of Olney. To adopt or know more about Hope, please email us at email@example.com or call Nicola at 217-218-5563 or Carolyn at 618-662-4147. An adoption application form is available on our website www.furagoodpaws.org
Fur a Good Paws is a small, all-volunteer, donation-based rescue based in Clay County, IL that operates through loving foster homes. We receive no tax dollars. We also provide spay-neuter assistance through vouchers and help by educating the public about responsible pet ownership. Contact: Nicola at 1-217-218-5563 or Trudy at 1-618-599-7830.