On November 30, 2021, we unite for a worldwide celebration of generosity known as Giving Tuesday. This global day of giving provides life-saving support for Paw Placement to lend a helping hand to homeless pets in our community.
We are so proud of our volunteers who give it their all throughout the year and our friends who we consider family.
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A retrospective of just a few of the many many cats fostered by one of our awesome Paw Placement volunteers.
Domestic Medium Hair (medium coat) : : Female (spayed)
Molly was rescued in a business parking lot, meowing for help with glue on her feet and legs. She injured one leg trying to free herself and we can only guess how frightened this sweet, defenseless kitten must have been. We were concerned that she may not have use of her injured leg, but with a lot of love Molly began walking, purring and playing. Much of her rehabilitation success is because of Tony, another Paw Placement cat. Sometimes a scared or injured kitty needs another cat. Tony was brought in to bunk with Molly and they developed a feline friendship and helped each other recover. Tony always wanted to be a kitty nurse and he cuddled Molly every night. Molly's purrs seemed to soothe Tony at night and he became relaxed and realized he loved to be held. We can do a lot for homeless cats but sometimes they need the closeness only another kitty can give them. This was the case for Molly and Tony. There dream is to go home together and we promised we would do every thing possible to make that happen. They are waiting for a home for the holidays at our PetSmart adoption center.
More about Molly
Is Not Good with Dogs, Good with Cats, Is Not Good with Kids