Catie was found on March 7th by Fulton County Animal Services in a dumpster in Atlanta. She had seven small caliber gunshot wounds in her face, neck and abdomen. FCAS rushed her to a vet where she was stabilized, but she was left unable to use her rear limbs. Rather than euthanize her, FCAS put out a plea to area rescues. We answered the call. Catie is a very sweet girl, no signs of any aggression, who loves having her ears scratched. We cannot fathom who would do this to her, but the important thing is that she is now safe in our care.
We have committed to getting Catie the care she needs to heal and, if possible, walk again. We anticipate her medical bills will be at least a few thousand, possibly quite a bit more depending on her upcoming evaluations. We will post updates as to her prognosis and condition, but if you'd like to help us care for Catie, you can make a donation here. Thank you to all Catie's followers and supporters for your thoughts, prayers, donations and well-wishes.
SOHFGA will hold a low-cost vaccination clinic at Gwinnett County Animal Control on Sunday, April 6th from 2pm to 5pm. Vaccinations available will include rabies, DHPP and bordatella for dogs, and FVRCP for cats. Vaccinations will be $10, cash only please. Microchipping will also be available for $20 cash.
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