Blue Cross of India

To alleviate the suffering of animals
Jan 3, 2017

Snow white and other kitties

Snow white
Snow white

Your donations have helped countless of our rescued cats get a new lease of life. We would be happy to share the story of  Snow white ( our rescued cat). Snow white was admitted to our facility six months ago with a huge wound on her side. Inspite of being treated, the wound did not heal completely.We have now taken to a specialized clinic where she is being treated. The wound is healing and we are keeping our fingers crossed for her speedy recovery. Every month, scores of cats are being rescued by Blue Cross of India and the cats are treated, sterilized and vaccinated before being released. 

Kitty, one more amputee is happily settled with us and loves running around the shelter. Ginger is a foreleg amputee who is also with us. There are a few of the cats that have been treated. We are thankful for all the donations that go towards saving these animals. Without your kindness, these cats do not have any hope.

Kitty
Kitty
Dec 15, 2016

Happy Ending

A recently rescued cat
A recently rescued cat

It is with great pleasure that I am writing this final report. We have successfully helped save the 38 cats from gruesome death. We have spayed and vaccinated the cats. The owners have taken back some cats and the rest are with us. We believe in giving freedom and let our cats live their natural lives. Recently, five more cats were rescued from the meat trade. These cats have also been spayed and are now ready to be transferred to the shelter. We could save and rehabilitate these cats because of your care and support. For this we are grateful.

Your donations helped us rescue the cats from the meat trade and give them a new lease of life. We have enclosed a few pictures of the cats that were rescued,

A recently rescued cat
A recently rescued cat
Another rescued cat
Another rescued cat
One more rescued cat
One more rescued cat
Nov 8, 2016

Three special kitties

Midnight
Midnight

Midnight, shebha and kutti are three new arrivals in the shelter. Midnight, with his foreleg injured,  was rescued from the streets by a good samaritan and brought to Blue Cross. His foreleg was amputated and since he was homeless, he was transferred to the shelter. He is extremely friendly and quickly made friends with the other cats and is now happily settled there. He has been neutered and vaccinated. Shebha was also rescued and has been spayed and vaccinated. Kutti is a female who is a hindleg amputee. She too has been spayed and vaccinated. All these cats have a second chance due to your donations. They now live a dignified life and run around fearlessly. Besides these three cats, we are spaying and neutering the street cats that are rescued. Every cat that comes to Blue Cross is spayed and vaccinated.

We deeply appreciate your kind donations that help us to help animals in distress. 

Shebha
Shebha
Kutti
Kutti
 
   

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