Betty was living at an industrial site with many other cats when I discovered the colony last year. I was able to rescue two litters of kittens and TNR five females. Betty was one of the females spayed and returned. A few weeks later, while feeding, she ran up to me and wanted to be patted. When the same thing happened again, I realized that with winter approaching, I needed to rescue her.
I was able to pick her and put her in a carrier. Once I got her home, she came out of the carrier and sat in my lap. Since then, she’s been nothing but happy, playing, and sleeping in a warm bed for the first time in her life.
Betty is a young cat, just under two years old, but she suffers from a painful condition called stomatitis, and in order to provide her relief, she needs to have many and possibly all her teeth extracted. It’s not a simple procedure and it’s very expensive, it will cost between $1500 and $2500 for her surgery.
I’m asking for your help, Betty is a wonderful cat and has a great life to look forward to, but she needs to have this done in order to not live in pain.
When I rescued her I certainly didn’t expect this so any donation you could make would be greatly appreciated. Just a bit about me, I've been feeding feral cats, doing TNR and rescuing for almost 7 years now and have helped hundreds of cats. You can see more about what I do on my blog http://cherrystreetcats.blogspot.ca/