URGENT: TEMPORARY.. Can anyone feed a TNR kitty downtown St. Pete?

From: Andrea B.
Sent on: Thursday, August 22, 2013 7:32 PM
Can someone contact Vanita at[masked] to see if something can be arranged for a short time.  

Thanks.
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----- Original Message -----
From: Vanita Spagnolo
To:
Sent: Tuesday, August 20,[masked]:58 AM
Subject: Can anyone feed a TNR kitty downtown St. Pete?

Hi Marilyn,
I was wondering if you or anyone you know can take over feeding a TNR kitty located downtown St. Pete outside Bayfront Hospital (701 6th St. South, St Pete, FL) for the month of September while I am away on rotations for school that month. 

Here is the story:  I am a pharmacy student and was doing rotations at Bayfront hospital for 4 months during which time I started feeding a small russian blue kitty (who I named Greybie).  Not sure if male or female, but he is TNR (tipped ear) which i didn't notice until recently. 

Anyway, I began feeding him a can of the small can publix brand wet food each day.  And each day he waits for me to feed him in a certain spot.  I cannot just leave him there when I leave for an entire month with no one to feed him

I have asked around and still have no one able to feed him.  Just another FYI- I am no longer on rotations at Bayfront hospital, have not been since June, but go back just to feed him every day.  So I dont know anyone there who can pick up feeding him :(

I was given your email and told you may know someone in the area who can feed him while I am away.

Another side note- I think there used to be a colony of TNR cats there, and there are a couple cats still lingering there and I cannot get close enough to see if they have tipped ears or not, but I think someone was feeding them/caring for them up until a few months ago when new management took over the hospital and staff turned over.  Now I am pretty sure there is no one but me feeding.  I am just feeding the one, Greybie and don't really see the others, they seem to have left.

Please let me know if you or anyone can help.  I leave in a week. 
I'd be willing to show where to feed and give food supplies. 
My cell is [masked].

Thanks!
Vanita



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