Local Rescued Cats in Need of Homes
Can you help?
Braddock Hills resident Samantha Ginsburg is looking for new homes for cats she recently helped to rescue from a dangerous situation.
Posted here are five of the 10 rescue cats that need to find their forever homes. They were all caught last Saturday. Four females and one male are grouped here.
"There are people killing them and maiming them in the neighborhood where I work," Ginsburg stated. "The other five were released or went to a sanctuary for feral cats."
They were all spayed/neutered, received rabies shots, and were treated with Frontline July 29 at the Homeless Cat Clinic.
"I hope to get them all vaccinated this week and checked out by my veterinarian," she said.
Age and other information:
Female 1: Approx. four months. Very playful and super sweet. Lots of energy. Supper affectionate.
Male 1: Approx. 4 months. Very playful and super sweet. Lots of energy. Supper affectionate. Blind in his right eye. (Female 1 and Male 1 are brother and sister. It would FANTASTIC if they could go together.)
Female 2: Approx. 9 months. She is super shy and very timid and quiet. She would do best in a quiet home with a person with lots of love and patience.
Female 3: Is approx. 6-9 months. It is hard to tell because she is so skinny. "She is the sweetest cat I have ever meet," Ginsburg said. Not much interest in playing. She loves to sit in your lap and purr and and be pet. She is shy. She is anemic and lost much of her body fur due to being flea-ridden. Fleas are gone and she is on the road to recovery.
Female 4: She is approx. 9 months. She is very sweet and full of affection. No interest in playing. She just wants love. She has some respiratory/wheezing issues that are being checked out but you would never know.
If anyone is interested email Samantha at email@example.com.