We are truly touched that we have reached our project funding goal so quickly and cannot thank you enough for your generous support. Since there is always more rescue work to do, we have decided to keep this project going and, with your support, continue rescuing cats from our local animal shelter. Most of our rescued cats are adopted fairly quickly through our online adoption sites and Petsmart adoption center. Sometimes, though, it takes a little longer to find just the right family. Take, for example, a sweet cat named Daisy who was left in an overnight drop box at a city shelter in August of 2010. Mistaken for being a feral cat due to her notched ear, an animal control officer used a catch pole to try and handle her. Unfortunately Daisy sustained a broken jaw and an injured foot. A rescue capable of handling Daisy's special situation was needed to take Daisy into a foster home, provide medical treatment and ultimately find her a home of her very own. Although a few rescue organizations worked together to make her rescue possible, NBCR is her temporary home. Daisy has been with us for over a year now waiting for her new family. Her foster family reports that Daisy is very sweet, likes to play and talk to you when she is hungry. Although she is fully recovered, her sweet crooked smile will always be a reminder of the ordeal she endured. Understandably Daisy is shy and timid when she first meets strangers but she warms up quickly and enjoys having a feline companion to keep her company. To read more about Daisy, please visit her adoption page at http://www.petfinder.com/petdetail/19175583. Thank you for helping us save the Daisy's of the world and please share with your friends and family that may be able to provide Daisy that home she has so patiently been waiting for.
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