Fever, diarrhea, fatigue, weight loss... Poor Câlin has typhus!
Safari ended up on the street, the day his owners left for a retirement home. The poor thing lost his bearings, and found himself at the door of the home he had always known...
As he was left without care, Safari was quickly invaded by parasites. Worms and fleas started to take over and suck his energy. We have now dewormed him.
Safari has a bad case of coryza: his eyes are watery, he coughs and his nose is blocked. He also has a very painful inflammation of the gums, which prevents him from eating kibbles as he has difficulty chewing.
Safari could rest and recover in the comfort of blankets. This would help him recover faster from the illness. And the comfort would be invaluable to him!
Things are going very badly for our association. With our reduced income, we don't have the same means as before to provide for the needs of the cats who rely on us.
We are barely able to do in-store collections nowadays, and the collected donations are not enough, because the cats are too numerous!