Our shelter volunteer adventures returns this week featuring one of a number of fabulous black cats or feline black panthers from NewRochelleHumaneSociety and the latest Radish Report.
It still boggles my mind that black cats are the least adopted color in shelters. That fact won’t change without a shift in mindset or perspective. Listen to our feline teachers; they’re here to share their wisdom if we let them.
I haven’t been blogging, commenting and returning emails regularly since Radish arrived home from the shelter but have posted his daily progress on Instagram. Radish is in recovery from liver failure. See the pics at our Instagram page. The Hashtags are #savingradish or #Radish. Thank-you for all your comments, emails and donations. Your acts of kindness have made a huge difference as I struggle with health issues while caring for Radish 24/7. When his URI improved along with his appetite a few days ago hope soared. When he began devouring raw cat food on his own, I swear I could hear the angels sing. His first poop was a joy to behold. As the liver detoxes, the poop is grayish but his were solid and substantial. All good. He discovered the joys of drinking from a fountain. Worries eased. The heaviness lifted. He also started on meds for the hyperthyroidism. The symptoms of one disease contribute to the other and need to be treated in tandem.
Our vet G. delighted about his progress called him a champ and then he began getting more sluggish today and oozed soft gray poop. Not a lot but enough for me to be racked with anxiety again. It’s late as I write this and I’d rather go Reiki him than continue. For the latest news, check on Facebook or Instagram. Thanks again.