Sadie is located in Greenville, SC.
Help Save Special Needs Sadie. All, please share frequently everywhere you can. This sweet girl needs a home or rescue quickly to avoid being put to sleep due to crowding everywhere.
Most of you know about my rescue partner Jenna and all the good she does for helpless kitties. Our Dad was at the Cat Clinic when he got the below message from Jenna and went back to see her. She is totally beautiful and oh so sweet. She is blind and reminds the Dad of the special kitty Homer, the special one who was with Gwen Cooper for many years. Sadie could be the special gal in your life. Here is the adorable and totally sweet Sadie.
The doorbell rang and there stood a neighbor with a kitty in his hands. He said a woman drove up in his driveway and proceeded to his back yard and did “something.” The “something” was to place Sadie up over the 6 foot privacy fence, got back into her car and drove off. What made her put it in this yard, we shall never know. The gentleman has a large Rottweiler, luckily inside at the time. He knew I had kitties and did not know what to do. He stated that she seems to “bump into things” and seems quite disoriented. Her eyes were very dilated and I surmised something was wrong. Sadie is blind. She weighs only 5 pounds and is very, very thin. Blood tests revealed she was slightly anemic but all other values her kidneys and liver and such were normal. She was probably starved, as she seems to devour food whenever it is given to her, hence her low weight. To think that she was dumped out in the cold, blind, and hungry makes me very upset.
Sadie is enormously sweet. Everyone who meets her says so. But her clock is ticking for a home. My husband is bedridden and I am not able to take on another kitty. I have had blood work done for her and she is FIV and FeLeuk negative. I am also boarding her at a vets office but funds are running low to keep her there. I am afraid the shelter will euthanize her if she is taken there because she is blind.
When the man who came to my door put her down she wanted right into my house. The vets office tells me she is not only enormously sweet but she uses her litter box in her cage very neatly, knows where her little bed is there and is very, very happy just to be out of the cold and have something to eat. They say she sleeps a lot, so much so they have to watch her to make sure she is still breathing! Maybe in Sadie’s mind she is thankful to finally be in a warm, dry place with food. I am desperate to find a home for her, she deserves that. Becoming blind was not her fault, nor is being dumped by a person who does not value the love of an animal. All she wants to do is to survive and be loved.
So there’s our dilemma, a sweet, blind and loving little girl who is running out of time.
What can you do to help? Please share this post frequently. If you would like to adopt Sadie we must do full vetting for her own good. We will need your full name, your best contact phone number, and the name and phone number of your Vet so we can verify your information with them. If you are interested in adopting sweet Sadie you can send me an email to brian (at) brianshomeblog (dot) com and I will get back to you as quickly as possible.
As always, remember, adopt cats, we deserve it, especially Sadie!!!!! More Forever Homes More Often! Purrrrr! Zip! Later!