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Blankets for Philibert

With his damaged teeth, old Philibert can no longer eat kibble and is gradually losing his strength...
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Blankets for Philibert
With his damaged teeth, old Philibert can no longer eat kibble and is gradually losing his strength...

287,300 cm2
blankets offered

287,300 cm2
blankets necessary

With his damaged teeth, old Philibert can no longer eat kibble and is gradually losing his strength...

1. A disease is making him vulnerable to viruses and infections...

Philibert is an old cat, and has unfortunately tested positive for feline AIDS. Impacted by the disease, his immune defenses are less and less effective in protecting him against viruses and cold spells...

2. The state of his teeth prevents him from regaining his strength!

Over the years, Philibert's teeth have deteriorated. Today, the poor guy can't even chew kibble! Without an alternative, he risks losing what little strength he has left!

3. Blankets would keep him from getting cold

With blankets, Philibert would be less vulnerable to low temperatures and air draughts. This would be invaluable in preventing him from getting sick, given his particularly fragile state of health!

4. We are at the end of our rope!

We don't have enough resources to feed the sixty cats in foster care and the thirty stray cats... These are difficult times for associations and we won't last much longer like this!

Beneficiary
Association L'Ecole du Chat Libre de Caillerot
30 Grand Rue
85410 La Caillère-Saint-Hilaire
FR France
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