8/25/16: This morning Mystic weighed in at a whopping 5lbs 11oz. Just 4 days ago she weighed in at 5lbs 7oz. As you can see she has a long way to become the beautiful girl we know she will be. Today she tried to escape the bathroom for the first time which is a good sign. Please continue to keep this girl in your thoughts for a steady healing and recovery.
8/15/16: Meet Mystic. My son found her today under the stairs of my apartment building as he was taking out the garbage. She was lying there, panting, listless, a skeleton of cat! She was immediately brought to the vet. This lucky girl tested negative for fiv/felv. She was Capstared and topical Revolution was applied because you could see the hundreds of fleas feasting on this frail girl. You can tell that in a past life she was a beautiful cat but now her coat is thin, patchy and ravaged. She has bite wounds on her body and a wound on her tongue. Life on the street has not been kind to her. She is approximately 3 years old. She does NOT have a microchip. She is NOT spayed. One can only imagine the horrors she has endured. This is why it is imperative to Spay/Neuter your pets as one can only speculate how many liters she has had; it is imperative to microchip your pets. During heat waves like we are experiencing former indoor pets don't fare as well as those born into the wild. She is now resting. She has a bed, water, and food! I will fatten her up and get her ready for surgery and the loving forever home she truly deserves.
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