A Call-Out from Niagara Action for Animals
Posted March 20, 2016 on Niagara At Large
Niagara, Ontario – Volunteers from Niagara Action For Animals (NAFA) recently rescued 5 cats from horrible living conditions.
None of the cats in this household were spayed/ neutered and they were all suffering with skin infections from flea infestation, poor nutrition and broken teeth; at least one will require further dental surgery.
The cats have been fixed and treated by one of our veterinarians and they are almost ready for adoption. A couple of the cats require more socialization as they are still very shy with their human friends.
At this time, we are looking for some special persons who have a spare room and time to foster and socialize one or more of these cats to help prepare them for adoption (food/ litter and supplies can be provided)
If you can help these cats by fostering please fill out our foster care application here: http://goo.gl/forms/1nE2DMgIK6
For more information on the not-for-profit, volunteer group Niagara Action For Animals and its animal advocacy work click on – http://www.niagaraactionforanimals.org/ .
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