|Fortunate the Cat|
It's All About the Animals pet shelter founder Pam Robinson set a trap for Fortunate and caught the 2-year-old cat on New Year's Day.
Dr. Rachel Francis of Marion Veterinary Hospital gave Fortunate an examination and amazingly, other than some minor health issues, the lucky kitty is fine.
The cat is now in isolation for two weeks. Robinson will keep Fortunate for 6 weeks so that the feline can recover from her ordeal and gain some weight.
If you are interested in offering Fortunate a forever home you will need to submit an essay on why you should be able to adopt her. Essays can be submitted to: It’s All About the Animals, 103 Marion Road, Rochester, MA 02770.
source: The Standard Times/photo by Peter Pereira
FOLLOW-UP: Fortunate the cat was adopted! Pam Robinson of It's All About the Animals said on her Facebook page, "Great news! Fortunate has been adopted to a lovely couple, Marjorie & John, right here in Rochester! Oren & I get to visit her. It is a good match. Not only do we approve so does Fortunate! She gave them her O.K.! This is the kind of ending we wish for all abandoned & abused animals."
I so agree. So happy to hear the good news! Purrs to you Fortunate!
|Fortunate the cat after her recovery.|
Photo Credit: It's All About the Animals Facebook page