Angel, who was brought in for medical treatment after being caught in a TNR trapping, was released from the hospital on Friday for at home recovery.
Her wounds have closed up, and the site is healing well. She will return in a few weeks for a follow up appointment with the North Tustin Veterinary Clinic, who have been treating her these past weeks.
Until then, she’s living the indoor life, where she’s being spoiled with her own bedroom and room service!
We also have good news on her baby – he’s been caught! This adorable boy was tricky like his mama, and didn’t make it easy, but in the end our CIN team member got help from a ‘man on the inside’ and was able to trap him!
Due to his outgoing personality and warm coloring, he’s been named “Sunny” and has passed his medical quarantine, had his shots, and been neutered. He’s staying in foster with some other kittens so he has playmates while his mommy recovers.
We also wanted to update you on the fundraising for this little family’s care – we were able to raise the entire vet bill for both kitties thanks to the generous donations from our Cats in Need extended family! As a result, we have closed donations to their fund, but you can always give to our chapter (or any local chapter) at adoption events or online here through Paypal. (100% of the funds after Paypal fees go towards the kitties – we are a nonprofit 501(c)3 charity and your donations are tax deductible).
Once Angel and Mr. Fish are medically cleared, they will be going up for Adoption with our Yorba Linda chapter. If you’re interested in being their forever home, adoption applications can be downloaded here, and then emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you again everyone for all of your support!