We got a call on Friday morning from Cheryl Heckle Price at Calhoun County Animal Control. A health care worker spotted this injured cat at a clients house and simply couldn't leave him this way. Long story short, we took him to Edisto Pet Clinic where is he was given antibiotic shot and had his stub cleaned. We don't know what happened to his tail, but we certainly know it was pretty......But it's okay Freddie, as soon some of your infection is better, you will have your "Stub" cleaned up and you will be neutered. While you are not really happy about having to stay inside now, we have to protect what's left of what was probably a beautiful tail.
We know that many people and rescues will bend over backwards for an injured dog (and we love the dogs too), not nearly as many people respond to pleas for cats. But we think he deserves a chance. As always, we certainly appreciate your donations. We only use your funds to care for the animals. We donate our time, mileage and most time our own money for litter and food. And we do this because of our love for these creatures that need our help.