Tuesday, November 17, 2009
A quick update on the kittens first! We gave them to MeoowzResQ here in Orange County who rehomes kittens & they have all found loving homes as of this writing!
Now for more serious news and an artful proposition...
Our foster cat Jenga had to have a toe removed which involved many return trips to the vet for bandage changes, etc... This travelling didn't agree with her at all and she has developed stones in her bladder. They are too large for her to pass them so she will need surgery.
The surgery needs to take place as soon as possible as right now she's urinating blood and I can tell this causes her great pain even with the pain medication I give her every 8 hours.
The surgery will cost $723.00 to $782.00. Bengal Rescue said they couldn't pay all of that as their resources are tapped in aiding 45 cats from a Lancaster cattery. I contacted her previous owner and she has graciously volunteered to pay $400.00. I'd like to raise some additional funds to help save this cat's life.
HERE'S THE DEAL I'M MAKING...
First! Any and all donations no matter how small will be heartfully accepted! Every penny counts!
So for donations from $1.00 to $5.00 You will get the satisfaction of knowing you helped save a life and a personal thank you note from Jenga.
For donations of $6.00 - $12.00 you will receive one pack of my hand made(5x7)cards *see here
For donations of $20.00 you will receive an 8x10 frameable art quilt in any colors you choose!
For donations of $30.00 or more you will receive an 10x12 frameable art quilt in any colors you choose!
For donations of $40.00 you will receive on of my Catnip quilts suitable for your own feline or as a gift! *see here
100% of your donations goes to Bengal Rescue for Jenga's Surgery. Please use my Paypal account and make sure you put 'Jenga' in there. Or just email me privately at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you so much for reading & helping out if you can. And even if you can't donate; thank you for keeping Jenga in your hearts!
This just in! Pictures of my little Catnip Quilts complete with cats! Thanks Sharla!
Posted by Stacy Hurt at 5:58 PM