Furiends, the thing that that every rescue cat wants more than anything else is a permanent home.
And recently, my good furiends at Michigan Cat Rescue were able to help two felines find furever homes.
You will remember that I shared with you the story of Gretchen, who Michigan Cat Rescue pulled from a high kill shelter. She landed awkwardly and injured her leg. Fortunately, she only sprained her knee and she did not fracture her leg like the kind humans at Michigan Cat Rescue feared.
Gretchen got some even better news recently. She found a furever home with a family that loves her very much. That is one happy family of two legged and four legged creatures!
I do not get to share all of the stories of felines that Michigan Cat Rescue is taking care of. But believe me, they take care of many cats. Another feline they rescued from a high kill shelter is a good looking orange and white tabby named Mr. Fritters.
This feline was in a foster home for more than a year, but he finally got the word that he was going to his furever home.
The wonderful humans at Michigan Cat Rescue have another feline who would like to get the news that she is going to a furever home as well. Her name is Anna-Bella. Her death sentence was commuted when Michigan Cat Rescue pulled her from a high kill shelter.
Since then, this eight month old girl has been spayed, received her shots and tests show that she does not have FIV or FeLV. Anna-Bella also gets along well with other felines, so you will not have the drama that my human is dealing with when it comes to Marley.
You will need to live near Michigan Cat Rescue, because they do not ship. But if you do, and you have room in your home for Anna-Bella, please contact them. If you cannot take her in, please share her story.