The past months have been particularly hectic at the Blue Cross Animal shelter. We had a steady flow of injured cats and dogs. Thanks to the wonderful work of vets, staff and volunteers these cats have been able to overcome their injuries and now are happy to be back on their feet. I would like in particular to share the story of brave Rosie. She came to the shelter with a serious abdominal hernia. Her pet parents left her there since they were unable to care for her at home. Our vets successfully operated on her and she recovered well. I fostered her at home during this difficult time. She fought bravely to overcome minor complications. Finally, she recovered completely and was reunited with her pet parents. Bibi was another cat whose foreleg had to be amputated. This was also done successfully. Slyvester is also one more cat whose foreleg had to be amputated. He is recuperating after surgery now and is recovering well.
Your kind donation has given these cats a new lease of life and has made them totally purrfect. Without your support none of these cats have a chance. Please continue supporting the animals of Blue Cross of India.and help them live.
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