Our PAW donors save lives!

In 2018, our PAW donors (monthly donors) saved Kindle. Kindle was found by construction workers in a pile of wood with his two siblings. Their mother had been hit by a car and at only four weeks of age, these helpless kittens would have perished without her. The kittens were rushed to the GTHS in a Rubbermaid container where we could tell immediately that something was very wrong with Kindle’s eye. Once examined by one of our veterinary partners, it was discovered that Kindle was infested with botflies that were causing open sores on his little face, ears and chin.

Thanks to the continued support of our PAW donors, Kindle received life-saving veterinary care and he and his siblings recovered safely in a loving foster home. Once they were old enough, all three kittens found loving families to call their own.

We recently heard from Kindle’s family and he is thriving with their love and care. We all smiled when we received this photo on Kindle getting into the ‘Christmas spirit’.

Our PAW donors represent the life blood of our organization and for the month of January we are celebrating their incredible contributions to our work.

Please consider joining the PAW program today and helping more cats and dogs like Kindle.

With gratitude,

Kindle & The GTHS Team

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