Our Forever Friends Program
Just another overlooked Black Kitten in the shelter, this guy met several families, but none would take him home so he was rescued.
A few weeks after his vetting was complete, Phred became very lethargic and was rushed to the Emergency Vet. He was hospitalized and received a life saving blood transfusion.
Two weeks later, Phred was rushed back for a second transfusion, this time, they confirmed Phred had Feline Leukemia. We were devastated.
Feline Leukemia is the leading viral killer of cats. It weakens the immune system, increases susceptibility to other diseases, causes blood disorders and is the most common cause of cancer in cats. 85% of FeLV+ cats only live up to 3 years after being diagnosed.
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