Mitch was trapped from our Happy Forest feral colony in November, 2021. He was emaciated and very sick, largely due to massive inflammatory polyps in his left ear. The corona virus has dramatically affected our ability to access the specialist vet care Mitch needs, so we are doing our best to keep him comfortable while we wait for him to get an appointment for surgery.

While we wait, he’s on good pain meds, our signature Pudge Plan (and gaining weight quite well), we are treating him for early kidney disease, and managing various other infections to the best of our ability. It is unfortunately impossible to clear his infections until he get his surgeries.

We are hopeful that once Mitch is pain free and healthy we will find him the purrfect human who will love him for everything he has survived, and everything he is yet to become!
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SEP 14, 2021: We trapped feral catermelons Mora and Shiner from our River cats colony so they can give birth for the last time in our care. The two have an incredibly close bond. Both cats have type B blood, which puts their kittens at risk of a fatal blood type mismatch, called neonatal isoerythrolysis (the same as Pomelo). In the wild, kittens with different blood types would not survive. Thankfully, we will be able to provide intensive intervention during delivery and for the first 24 hours afterward that will save their lives. Meet the River cats:

Please keep in mind Mora and Shiner are feral cats, which means they have not interacted with humans until this point. While we do everything possible to reduce stress, we know we can’t completely eliminate it. They are definitely scared. Because we will have to blood type each kitten as it is born, we will need to push a bit harder than normal to try to build their confidence with humans as much as possible prior to the onset of labor. It’s going to be stressful for all of us, but everything we are doing has a reason and is in the best interest of the cat.

JUN 11, 2021: Feral rescue cat Pomelo gave birth to seven beautiful, blood type mismatched kittens. One was stillborn. Watch the birth and read about the situation here:


APR 3, 2021: Sushi’s family loved her very much, but when circumstances changed and they were unable to find housing that allowed pets, they were forced to give her up. The shortage of pet-friendly, affordable housing in our area is a huge problem, and seems to have gotten even worse with the pandemic.

Our hearts break for everyone affected by these situations, but we are very happy to be able to help by providing the best possible care to Sushi and her babies, and making sure they are all spayed and neutered before adopting them into loving homes.

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