Since many of the cats at Tabby’s Place are special needs, I thought you might like to meet some of them:
Tashi is a young kitty who came from a feral colony. He couldn’t move his back legs and was incontinent, so coming to Tabby’s Place was his one shot at survival. He is even getting physical therapy to improve his mobility.
Anastasia has Inflammatory Bowel Disease that requires a special diet and medication. She is also a big purr machine, as this video shows.
From the looks of him, Nuttin has had a rough life. He is FIV+ and diabetic. But in spite of everything, he is extremely affectionate and loving.
Bellis is a much-loved resident at Tabby’s Place. Because of a disorder called micropthalmia, she was blind and her eyes never developed normally. With a history of medical complications and inappropriate elimination, she needs a lot of attention, but the people at Tabby’s Place still hope she’ll find a forever home. And you can see why in this video — she’s an adorable, playful little thing!
Special needs cats make up around 30 percent of Tabby’s Place kitties. Find out more about them all here – maybe you’ll want to sponsor (or even adopt!) one: http://www.tabbysplace.org/specialneeds.php
So you can see why I’m so passionate about Tabby’s Place, and why I think it’s a very special cat sanctuary. This is why I’m donating a dollar of every copy of my book, Dear Sparkle purchased from my website to them until the end of 2009! Click here to buy the book — it’s fun and makes a great gift!