The last time I asked for donations I came across like a pit bull. I am so sorry for that. Lady Abyss doesn’t shed tears but she did that day. To see such a strong woman break down and cry, rips at your heart. It was also brought to my attention, to give people a little notice. That is what I am doing right now, lol!
We have a very great need right now. Everything here is hungry. We have cut back on the number of animals we are accepting but we still have some. We have had to cut back on their food portions, barter with the local farmers and farm store owner.
I realized our need was extremely great last night. Lady A and I were sitting out on the porch. We heard a strange cat call. Lady A can sound like any animal in the book. So she started calling back to it. She told me to stay put because there was something wrong with. When it got closer, we could see it was a kitten. It’s stomach was sunk in from hunger and the little thing was a bloody mess. Lady A told me that is what happens to kittens who follow their mother around when they come back in heat. The tomcat will stop the kitten from eating, bite it and eventually rip its throat out. Lady A cried when the kitten came closer and closer. The little thing climbed up in her lap. She checked it out. It’s upper part of it’s foot had been bite clean through. It had horrible bite marks on its back. It was in pitiful shape. Lady A told me to go get in her cat’s food and bring a can out. She opened it up and at first the kitten didn’t know what it was. She took her finger and put it in the food and it started eating. After it got through, we cleaned him up. He will be a pretty kitten now that he has a chance to grow up.
I never stopped to realize till then how cruel animals can be to their own offspring. But what did I expect they are animals. But we are not animals and we have the power to make a difference. Please help us care for this little kitten and all the other’s here.
Remember as before it doesn’t matter if it is $1.00 or 100.00, all donations are greatly needed and greatly appreciated. Thank you so much for reading this and any help you can offer.