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Blankets for Ooma

Poor Ooma has been exhausted by illness...
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Blankets for Ooma
Poor Ooma has been exhausted by illness...

331,500 cm2
blankets offered

331,500 cm2
blankets necessary

Poor Ooma has been exhausted by illness...

1. She's been very sick!

At 5 months old, Ooma had just come out of typhus, a disease that killed three cats in the area where she lived. If she's out of the woods, the poor thing is exhausted.

2. She will soon have to be put back outside...

We still have to keep Ooma under quarantine until she's no longer contagious. But then we'll have to release her back to her home site, where she'll live out in the cold...

3. Blankets would keep her warm

Once back outside, Ooma could use some blankets to keep her from getting cold. They'd give her a cozy place to curl up and recuperate.

4. We can't do it anymore!

Our association has only been in existence for a few months but we have already adopted 70 kittens. Unfortunately, we have to put more and more money from our pocket. As we had to stop working to help felines in difficulty, our funds are far from being extensible!

Beneficiary
Association Chatons de l'Espoir
33, route de Paris
80460 Oust-Marest
FR France