Four ways to help the cats
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Help the cats by purchasing some stylish Le Cat Cafe apparel or picking up some merch for yourself or a holiday gift!
Please consider making a tax-deductible donation to help kitties in need. Any amount big or small is a great help!
Make a purchase on Chewy (first time customer, one per household) & Chewy will donate $20 to the Le Cat Café cats!
Come Celebrate our 5th Anniversary!!
Help us kick off our Anniversary by entering to win our Le Cat Cafe custom raffle basket here.
Raffle Basket will include: 3 free Pilates sessions with Flow and Glow Pilates & Fitness, Cat Toys, Treats, Supplies, LCC branded items such as Hoodie, Tshirt, Mug, one year free membership certificate ($500 value).
Raffle will run through March 14, 2021.
Winner will be announced on March 15, 2021.
Week Long Celebrations Starting March 6th
Yoga, Pilates, Cat Themed Quizzo, and more…
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Check out this video of our recent rescue Princess Diana. Learn all about this drain procedure that our friends at Art City Vets demonstrated for us. She had a wound so bad, she needed to have a drain put in!
She’s smaller than a human foot! A concerned neighbor got her to Green Street Rescue just before the last snowstorm. She was about 3 pounds despite being 5 months old. She was so emaciated, literally skin and bones and was cold to the touch. After warming up, she began eating, drinking and purring. Over the course of a few days, she steadily began to gain weight. She now weighs 5 pounds! Whit a little more TLC and love, she will soon be ready for her forever home.
Dottie was found pregnant and ready to pop! Thankfully a GSR volunteer helped get her inside just before one of the big snowstorms! She gave birth three days later to four beautiful fur babies. Had it not been for GSR and the quick action of the volunteer, Dottie would have had to deliver her babies on one of the coldest days of the year. It is unlikely they would have survived the elements. They are so thankful to be inside with their foster dad now and will be ready for adoption in the Spring!
Little Greyson is a 6 month old kitten who Green Street Rescue pulled from ACCT’s medically urgent list due to a severe wound on his tail and a broken hind leg.
He was immediately evaluated by a vet at Art City Vets. They suggested both a tail and leg amputation in the coming days. However, within the next few days, his entire tail started becoming necrotic, meaning the tissue was dead and literally falling off. We rushed him back to the vet where he had to undergo emergency tail amputation.
As his tail continues to heal, we will start to address his fractured leg. He has a consult with a specialty surgeon at North Star Vets next week. His care easily will cost us anywhere from $2-4k.