Thursday, August 21, 2008

We are fostering a Tuxie Mancat!

Three things in human life are important.
The first is to be kind. The second is to be kind.
And the third is to be kind.
-Henry James-


We are fostering a tuxie. He is 16 years old.
A nice lady in New York saw his picture on PetFinder
and fell in love with him. He has a URI, and does not feel good.
He puts his foot and leg in the water to drink.
There are some raw spots on his legs and chest.
Our vet said it is a rash. She shaved some of his furs off of it.
It is under his fur and red.
He is diabetic, but vet said special food should take care of that.
He has some medicine and when he is well enough to travel,
a transport will be set up to take him to his forever home
from here in Georgia to New York!
He is a very, very large kittycat, but very thin and weak.
He is in the extra room that the babycats were in a few weeks ago.
Please send him some Purrrs to get well.

21 comments:

  1. The mom says he is a furry handsome tuxie.

    We all think your mom is the greatest bean for being so kind to other kittys that need new furever homes!

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  2. What a handsome guy - we hope he feels better soon.

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  3. Hello Foster Kitty Boy! It's very nice to meet you, and that's a great place you're at for your getting better time. I put my paws in the water when I drink too. Rascal just scoops the water and flings it onto the floor to lap up. Purrrrrrs from all of us - we hope you get well quickly.
    Grr

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  4. I agree with Shadow and Molly. Your mom is a pretty special bean to help all of the needy kitties.

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  5. it's great you are providing him a good home. purrss from me and the boyz...

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  6. Awwww, what a preshus kittyboy. He sounds so sweet, and we're glad yur fosterin him and that he will have a wunnerful home. Us Ballicai will purr and purr fur him that he feels bettur soon!

    Kittyhugs and purrs from MaoMao!

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  7. How wonderful that this tuxie boy will have a forever home!
    And you are wonderful for helping.
    Bless you!

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  8. Purrs to you for looking after him until he is healthy :)
    Purrs for the Mancat ,so he will get better!! A new home!!! COOL!!!!!!!!!
    Purrs Mickey

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  9. Oh, a 16 year old cat and someone still wants him. Fills my heart with joy. Best of luck to tuxy boy and thank you for taking him in and making him feel better.

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  11. Oh, he is furry handsome! We is glad dat someone is gonna give him a home, old kitties sometimes get left behind. Purrs to yoo Mr Tuxie Mancat, hope yoo feel lots better real soon.

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  12. He is furry handsome! We hope he is feeling better soon. Yeah! that he is going to a forever home!

    Wally, Ernie & Zoey

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  13. I Dare You!
    Yes, it is time again for another challenge from The Cat Realm! Come and check out the details on our blog.
    I hope you will accept the challenge and will eagerly await your entry!
    Karl
    And of course we are sending lots of purrs to the cute tuxie!

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  14. Mommy says he is a very sweet and handsome tuxie.

    We all think your mom is the wonderful for fostering kitties!

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  15. How wonderful of you!

    We have given you an award. Stop by our blog to get it.

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  16. It makes me feel happy inside that your mom is helping the handsome tuxedo kitty until he is able to go to his Forever home. He looks like a cat who deserves a lot of happiness! I am purring for him to get better soon.

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  17. That is so nice of you to take that big guy in! We hope he gets better soon so he can get to his forever home!

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  18. That is so wonderful that you are fostering that handsome tuxie boy! We sure hope he gets his ailments fixed up and puts some weight on so that he will be fit enough to go to his forever home! We think that your quote is purrfect for this post, too!
    Hugs, purrs and headbutts,
    Sabrina, Sam and Simon

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  19. Aww, poor kitty. Hope he feels better soon and has many years in his new home.

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  20. Love old cats and love those who give them an extra chance. May happiness follow him to his new home and blessing rain down on your Mom for helping him on his way to his own home.

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  21. I'm sure happy this fellow has already found a wonderful home - it's so good of you to be fostering him. We're certainly sending him lots of purrs.

    That quote is wonderful.

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