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Homeless kittens with eyes completely shut due to the feline herpes virus and other infections.

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Over the weekend we celebrated Hope For Paws’ 14th anniversary and with it came some incredible news that will help us save TWICE as many animals! You can read all about it here: https://www.HopeForPaws.org/14_Anniversary_Matching

This family found refuge in a pretty nice spot, but they were too scared to allow anyone to give them the medical care they needed. JoAnn Wiltz and Alex Babcock headed out to figure out how to get Butterscotch, Popcorn, Churro, Jelly Doughnut, Cotton Candy, and Snow Cone to CARES so we can begin medical treatment.

I am so happy people know to call #HopeForPaws for help and we are trying to help as many as we can. I really hope more and more people will reach out to local rescues and offer to foster #dogs and #cats because it’s the only way for rescues to be able to take in more animals.

If you would like to adopt this family, please contact us here at: https://www.HopeForPaws.org

If you can’t adopt right now, please add Hope For Paws to your Amazon account so we will get a donation from them – it is totally FREE for you: https://www.hopeforpaws.org/amazon_smile_hope_for_paws

Thank you so much for supporting us for all these years!

Eldad

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