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Canned food for Sirène

Thinness, weakening... losing her babies was a terrible ordeal for Siren!
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Canned food for Sirène
Thinness, weakening... losing her babies was a terrible ordeal for Siren!

256 cans
offered

256 cans
necessary

Thinness, weakening... losing her babies was a terrible ordeal for Siren!

1. Her kittens did not survive...

Sirène was expecting kittens. Unfortunately, they were malformed and Sirène's life was in danger. The veterinarian performed an emergency caesarean section, but the kittens did not survive...

2. Since then, she is at the end of forces!

To be operated on and to lose her kittens was a terrible ordeal for Sirène. Since then, she has lost a lot of weight and has no energy left...

3. Canned food would help her regain her strength

Canned food would help poor Sirène regain her strength. Rich in proteins, they would give her the energy she needs to get through the loss of her babies!

4. It's getting worse and worse!

The situation is getting worse and worse. A dozen cats are currently waiting for us to take care of them, and we have many feeding sites to manage... The needs are increasing everywhere, but our means remain the same!

Beneficiary
Association A Pas De Chats
2 rue Victor Hugo
59494 Petite-Forêt
FR France