Princess Two would have been eaten if we hadn't intervened!
Pitchoune is 5 years old and we found her living outside. She is suffering from serious digestive problems: she has been having severe diarrhoea since we took her in.
When the vet saw Pitchoune, he prescribed a blood test, which results were not good. Pitchoune is very anemic (her red blood cell count is abnormally low), which explains her fatigue and extreme thinness.
The vet even suspects that she has cat AIDS... we are still waiting for the verdict.
At the end of her strength, Pitchoune is going to need to recover while we figure out how to cure her. Soft blankets would give her a comfortable place to sleep.
At the moment, things are very complicated for our association. We have a lot of sterilisations to do, which requires a significant budget...
Besides, since we were unable to organise in-store collections, we have had to buy all the food with our own funds. We can't afford so many expenses!