Rescuers got a call from a lady named Nicole who’d been nourishing a destitute feline for a considerable length of time. The feline was discovered taking shelter at a more interesting’s home, and when rescuers arrived, they understood the poor thing had no ears or teeth.
Poor people thing was given nourishment and some consoling gestures of congratulations. JoAnn and Katie set the kitty in a box and started the trek to the medical clinic to get him looked at. What’s more, it turned out Ares had a microchip.
The feline had experienced a TNR (Trap, Neuter, Release) program and enlisted as a network feline to monitor him.
Rescuers received a call from a woman named Nicole who’d been feeding a homeless cat for months. The cat was found taking refuge at a stranger’s house, and when rescuers arrived, they realized the poor thing had no ears or teeth.
The poor thing was given food and some reassuring pats on the back. JoAnn and Katie placed the kitty in a crate and began the trip to the hospital to get him checked out. And it turned out Ares had a microchip.
The cat had gone through a TNR (Trap, Neuter, Release) program and registered as a community cat to keep track of him. But he was FIV positive with a compromised immune system and really belonged with a family and not living outdoors.