PAWS for an Effect!
PAWS for a moment and be the difference in the life of a kitten. It has been a hard fought battle for some of the CAWS kittens this year. But these babies are fighters, and CAWS will be with them every step of the way. But we need your help. The medical expenses can be overwhelming on these little, injured babies and any amount helps.
Ray Charles was only 6 weeks old when he was found as a stray with both eyes infected to the point where they ruptured. At 1 pound, he had to undergo immediate surgery to remove his infected eyes and save his life. But Ray Charles is a survivor, and despite the loss of his vision, he hasn’t slowed down at all. He climbs to his foster mom’s shoulders, romps with his kitten siblings and purrs non-stop.
Peggy was born with a birth defect. She was born with no back feet. The pegs have broken open, and she is being hospitalized for daily bandage changes and to treat a severe upper respiratory infection. But Peggy is the most darling girl, and loves to be cuddled and held. She will happily sit with you for hours and just purr and purr.
Morgan was only 5 weeks old when she was taken to a rural shelter. Such a small shelter has no resources, so they reached out for help. Morgan had a severely infected eye that will need to be removed. She was dehydrated and emaciated. She is all lady and has a sweet and gentle disposition.
Maddox is yet another kitten that came to CAWS with a bad injury. His leg was badly broken to the point where it had to be pinned. He then had to have another surgery when the pin irritated his leg. All of this before he was 8 weeks old. He is recovering well and will soon be ready for his forever home.
These are just a few examples of over 150 kittens that CAWS has helped in the last 6 weeks alone!!!
Can you be the difference in their lives?
UPDATE: Ray Charles has received treatment! Thank you to everyone who has donated!