A few months ago, we were advised that Chicago Animal Care and Control had a list of cats scheduled for euthanization. Gertie was on that list. We pulled her just hours from being put down.
After we rescued her, Gertie went straight to our vet to be examined. She was tested for FIV/FeLK and was negative. We put Revolution on her to make sure that she did not bring any fleas or other parasites to her new foster home. We could not find a spay scar. So we had her spayed. We also had her micro-chipped, de-wormed and vaccinated for Rabies and Distemper.
Gertie is now ready for adoption!
Download an adoption application from our website:www.preciouspetsalmosthome.org
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