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Foster Home need for 2 cats for three months - food and litter will be provided

From: Gia C.
Sent on: Wednesday, December 19, 2012 6:07 PM
Hi Megan!  Remember me?  Gia?  We had a tentative foster situation a bit ago, but I found a home for the cat.  Was wondering if you would be interested in temporarily fostering 2 adult, altered, indoor cats for 3 months.  They are not in need of any medical attention at this time, and I can get you food, litter, etc.  The owner is going overseas for business, but will be back in 3 months.  Let me know or if ANYONE can help out with this.  She does not want to lose her pets.  thanks so much, Megan and anyone considering

Gia

--- On Sun, 3/11/12, Megann Harris <[address removed]> wrote:

From: Megann Harris <[address removed]>
Subject: Re: [animalrights-190] Roommate abandonded cat and my son can't keep him
To: [address removed]
Date: Sunday, March 11, 2012, 11:36 PM

Gia,
I could probably foster him if that would help; I would need someone to pay for any medical expenses, and probably for his food initially as I'm in the rebuilding phase of my financial health.  I don't know if this would help you and your son's situation, but I come with a lot of references from the animal rescue world.
Let me know if I can help.
Thanks!
Meg

On Sun, Mar 11, 2012 at 3:06 PM, Gia Campola <[address removed]> wrote:
Hello animal friends.  I am sooooooo sorry for an email and for a request to take a pet. I know that most of your "inns are full", but, if anyone knows of a responsible, loving home for "Patrick" I would appreciate you letting me know.  My son's roommate left the home, w/o notice - leaving his cat behind. My son has recently taken in 3 other strays.  One of which has costly vet bills.  In addition 2 of the 3 males are quite aggressive towards the abandoned cat.  Everything has been tried - slow introduction, calming collars, sprays, etc - to no avail.  As my son and his GF work and go to school they can not constantly monitor activity, and there have been some incidents that result in injuries.  Patrick hates segregation, and his crying is so hard on the kids and Patrick.  My son's GF is posting him on FB, and I am afraid she will give him to just anyone - therefore, I thought I would check on  you all first.  Coincidentally, my son is having surgery 3/19, and I hate for him to have this added stress.  He's worried about the cat.  I wouldn't bother you, but it's my son......thank you so much for reading this long email, and for ANY help at all.  Pics attached.  He is a neutered male, about 3 years old, very affectionate. He was originally a "barn" cat and, so, could make that transition, I believe,  He is NOT aggressive to other cats. 

Gia




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