1 of many outdoor enclosures
Fun Kitty Accomodations
Hello Blogger Friends! For today's F.F. I thought I would pass on an e-mail I received from Rustic Hollow Shelter ~ a cat sanctuary for "special needs" cats (see below). I encourage you to read more about this awesome place on their website! Thanks for giving this a moment of your time! Happy Weekend!
(e-mail from R.H.)
Today is FRIDAY and
Today is also $Five Dollar Fan Friday
for the Fur-balls at Rustic Hollow Shelter
Please donate just $5 via our website at www.rustichollowshelter.org
on our Donation page. You may donate as many $5 as you can
This Friday’s donations will go to help a kitty named Ramses who has Diabetes Insipidous and his rescue group sent him to us for care. He needs meds Every day and I just found out today that his prescription refill is going to cost $372 next week!! Your $5 donation will HELP fund Ramses medication for the month.
The generic cannot be ordered at this time and that usually still costs around $175 but this time it is going to cost $372!! Please help Ramses if you can.
Ramses is a beautiful black kitty with such purrsonality. He is happy and healthy as long as he gets his daily shot. He loves to play and lives in The Kitty Kottage.
Ramses also needs a monthly sponsor if anyone would like to sponsor him.
Donate as many $5 as you wish. And you can always mail your donation to us too:
C & W Rustic Hollow Shelter, Inc.
PO Box 67, Nashua, IA 50658-0067
Thank You for Helping the Furs at Rustic Hollow with our $Five Dollar Fan Friday for the Furs ‘Fun’-d Raiser!!! Thank you for helping Ramses!!! You are all AWESOME!
Carmen & Wanda, Burnie d.Katt & staff and board of directors of C & W Rustic Hollow Shelter
About Rustic Hollow: C & W Rustic Hollow Shelter is a non profit, tax exempt life care, cage-free sanctuary for special needs felines with disabilities, chronic medical conditions, those with Feline Leukemia or FIV, and felines displaced at the death of their guardian. We are one of the few sanctuaries in the U.S. to give Feline Leukemia and other ‘adoption challenged’ felines a ‘chance at a lifetime’.