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Interested in Sponsoring a Resident?

The Hope Alliance for Animals, Inc., occasionally adopts cats to trusted individuals, but due to the various health or emotional issues, most cats become long-term residents.
 
We do encourage you to sponsor one of our felines, to help with medication or veterinary expenses.  Would you be interested in sponsoring one of the following?

Natalia
Natalia's life began living in a basement with no windows and one bare light-bulb.  When her guardian passed away, the family brought her to an over-crowded shelter where she languished in a cage for nearly a year.  Due to her lack of care, early in life, she is nearly totally blind.  She was never given access to a litter box and consequently is not litter-box trained.  She has learned to use pee pads.  She also requires daily supplementation of her food due to Irritable Bowel Syndrome.  If you would like to sponsor her, your donation would go towards the purchase of these medically-necessary items.

Joleen

Joleen was abandoned and left on the streets to fend for herself in a high-crime area of the Bronx, NY.  Someone found her and brought her to a shelter, thinking it was the right thing to do.  Little did they know that, based on her age and medical conditions, they would only keep her for three days before euthanizing her.  Luckily a shelter employee is an acquaintance of our director's and she contacted Lisa right away to see if Hope Alliance could help.  Joleen has a grade 5 heart murmur, an inoperable tumor, and is in kidney failure.  She requires frequent vet visits, fluids, regular antibiotics to avoid infection and Vitamin B12 injections.  If you would like to sponsor her, your donation would go towards the purchase of these medically-necessary items.


Sponsorship donations are welcomed in any amount.  Every dollar counts.

Contact Hope Alliance if you are interested in information on sponsoring another resident not shown.