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Blankets for Joye

Because of an intestinal problem, Joye lost a lot of weight...
photo association
Blankets for Joye
Because of an intestinal problem, Joye lost a lot of weight...

331,500 cm2
blankets offered

331,500 cm2
blankets necessary

Because of an intestinal problem, Joye lost a lot of weight...

1. She's had major bowel problems!

We took Joye in when she was only 3 days old and gave her a bottle. She is now 2 months old, but had a big bowel obstruction and severe diarrhea 3 weeks ago.

She had no more intestinal flora and could no longer assimilate food. So we are giving her a treatment based on probiotics, so that she can recover little by little.

2. She has lost a lot of weight...

Because of this intestinal problem, Joye went from 900 g to 480 g in a dazzling way. She's just starting to eat again and is now 600g.

3. Blankets would keep her warm

Separated from her mother at a young age, Joye is sometimes in need of a place to curl up and snuggle up for warmth. Blankets would provide her with a cozy corner to curl up in to 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