We are very excited as we are working on building a brand new home for our beloved kittens. Thank you donors for contributing to the fun. We hope to raise funds to make it happen soon. The present shelter is leaky and rusty. The proposed new shelter will have two floors and plenty of room for the cats to move about and play. More importantly, the new shelter will have a quarantine area which would help greatly in bringing down the infection rate. A separate section will house nursing cats with their newborn kittens.
Your donation has helped towards building this cattery. We are very exciited as this has been on the cards for a long time. We thank you for your support.
During the three months from oct to Dec 2013, a total of 3686 stray dogs and 88 cats have been sterilized, vaccinated and released. Blue Cross is continuing its work on animal birth control incessantly. A huge number of dogs and cats are also being rescued and treated. Meet Blackie, a homeless cat, who was rescued a few months back and is undergoing treatment. He has hurt both his forelegs and a surgery is planned next month to make him walk again. Blackie loves people and is cooperative with the treatment. He sits quietly by himself and loves to play with other kittens. Blackie is currently being cared for in a foster home and will return to the shelter once he has fully recovered from the surgery.
Your kind donation help these animals get a second chance. They have no one to take care of them. We are always grateful for all the donations that we receive since these help stray animals immensely.
The Blue Cross 50th Year Rescue Fund has got off to a fabulous start, reaching $2875 within the space of 2 months. Edward Pugh, who started the project, completed his challenge of running the Chennai marathon although it was a much bigger challenge than he had thought. With a time of 4 hours 35 minutes he was proud but exhausted!! The supporters of this campaign have helped enormously getting this fundraising project off the ground.
The funds raised so far have been going towards the everyday rescues, needed so often across Chennai. There are calls that come into the office requesting help on such a regular basis and the funds raised make it all the more possible to respond quickly and effectively.