Question by Mitsuki: Where to take special needing care cats?
I don’t want a stupid answer, just a reasonable one that we can do.
My mother has two cats around 7years old, that in the last year, one has started to have seizures and the other will scratch her neck (like a usual cat) and she’ll scratch her skin easily. She tried to take them to the humane society and they won’t take them cause them don’t believe they can be easily adopted.
My mother is already caring for my Dad and cares for a handicapped adult for work at home. So the cats are becoming too much for her to pay extra attention to when she has others already under her care.
We can’t afford putting them down, we just want them to be care for in their last few years of their life, or what would seem reasonable to do with them.
We just don’t know what to do.
She took them in for a friend who moved years ago when they were kittens. They both have been taken to the vet and she has done all that was required. The seizuring one is on medicine, but it doesn’t stop. I can’t care for them in my living situation, and I’m asking here for her. And, like I said, we cannot “afford” to nor “want” to put them down. I’m asking for options. Please, do not answer if you have a complaint about my question.
Answer by from dublin
i have one misty u can ask a,s,p,c,a or blue cross they can be foster out im foster one + 3 feral kittens she was throw over my wall because of her leg she is a cute long hair kitten will get her leg remove later too young wait till she stop grown vet say she now 5 months but was 3,4 weeks old at time
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