Still young and delicate, little Loulou is living in the cold.
Dry food offered
Dry food necessary
"Already complicated, the situation is becoming critical for our 120 street cats. As I'm about to undergo knee surgery, I won't be able to do any more collections in the stores. As the association's coffers are empty, there will be no money left to buy new kibbles. We've reached the end of our stock and I can't afford to keep buying them by the drop with my own money.
Rationed since the start of the summer, the cats are already tired and weakened. With the return of cold, wind and heavy rain, many of them are falling ill and starting to cough... If we don't find a solution to feed them quickly this winter, many of them won't survive!"
"We no longer have any subsidies or help from the town hall. Donations have dropped by 50%, as many people find themselves in difficulty. Some individuals even ask us to feed their cats! Many kittens and elderly or sick cats continue to be abandoned. Very often, they are not sterilized...
With the price of care and food constantly on the rise, the associations are completely left out in the cold! A number of cats are currently very ill, which means high veterinary costs. The association has never been in so much difficulty!"
"Rambo is an elderly cat who was abandoned before finding refuge in a windy, very damp cemetery. His years of outdoor life are taking their toll on him: one of his eyes is damaged, his ears are broken and he's very thin. He also had injuries from being kicked by cats younger than him.
Between his age, the fact that he can't see well on one side and his almost non-existent hearing, it's impossible for him to hunt. Without kibble to regain his strength, he won't survive the winter!
"Looking after free cats has been taking up all my time for several years. My health is suffering, which is why I'm going to have to have knee surgery. I'm very worried about what will happen to the cats when I'm immobilized...
Someone has offered to feed them... but if we don't have anything left to feed them, the poor things won't make it! It's really crucial that this kibble campaign succeeds. It's a matter of survival for them!"
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