Help Pay for Stray Kitten Vetting
Waverly Pet Rescue
On October 8th around 5 PM, I heard a kitten meowing. He was in our back yard in Waverly. My daughter and I spent 5 hours outside trying to convince this kitty to let us pick him or her up. We would sit quietly, he would come near us, but once we reached out he would scurry away. I did set a live trap with food in in, and finally around 9 PM he went in and we got him! He needs to go to the vet. Please help us pay to get him fully vetted.
It feels good to help this kitten. He meowed the whole 5 hours of his rescue. We went inside once, and he jumped onto our patio window so we knew he was begging us for help.
We will get him fully vetted and foster him. Right now he is semi-feral. We will do all we can to tame him up so he is adoptable. Please help us pay for shots, spay/neuter, dewormer, flea treatment, etc.
10/11/19 UPDATE: We named him Jack! Jack is about 5-months old. He is doing well. Still a bit skittish but warming up to us nicely. He is fully vetted now with shots, deworm, neuter, etc. He did test positive for Feline Leukemia so he is separated from all other cats. He will need to be re-tested in 6 months to either confirm he is positive, or hopefully the results of the next test will be negative. Please help us pay his vet bill. Thank you!
If you can help us and make a donation, it will be really appreciated! We are a 501 c 3 non profit so all donations, any and all amounts, are tax deductible. You can donate here online.
Or mail a check to Waverly Pet Rescue, PO Box 291, Waverly, IA 50677. (include a note it is for Stray Waverly Kitten)
You can also drop off a check or cash during business hours at Dan Erskine Insurance in Waverly. His office is the brick building East of Fareway. 104 2nd Ave. NW, Waverly.
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About the organization
Waverly Pet Rescue
PO Box 291
Waverly, IA 50677