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Food for Peluche

Plushie's vital prognosis was engaged as his condition was very worrying!
photo association
Food for Peluche
Plushie's vital prognosis was engaged as his condition was very worrying!

240 pouches
of meat offered

240 pouches
of meat necessary

Plushie's vital prognosis was engaged as his condition was very worrying!

1. She was seriously ill!

Plush was found on a site where all cats carry typhus. This is a very serious disease, which can be fatal in more than one case out of two .

At only 4 months old, Peluche had bloody diarrhea and vomited. As she was hypothermic, her life was in danger. It's a miracle she made it!

2. She's still on medication...

Unfortunately, Plush is still being treated for ringworm. This condition takes a very long time to pass and makes her very tired.

3. Food packets would help her to regain her strength.

Weakened by disease and not yet fully grown, Plush will need bagged food to get enough energy.

4. Our little association is outdated!

Recently, we have had to take care of many free cats living in the yard of a retirement home. On the spot, the felines were almost all sick, and kept proliferating. The kittens were taken into care, and the older cats were spayed or neutered... all at our expense.

Debts are piling up, while we still have so much left to do to help the cats on this site!

In the photo, Plush is in a cage as she was on her way to a vet visit.

 

Organizer
Association L'Arche de Véra
8 chemin Gaude Maria
77760 Larchant
FR France

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