Since our last emailing in July- things have really been busy at Starlight Outreach and Rescue. In August, we hit our highest headcount ever with 47 foster animals here at the ranch - and that number doesn't include our permanent resident rescue animals. We've had dogs, momma cats with babies, bottle babies, injured kittens and more. Several have been adopted, but we still have 33 in residence who are either available, or not ready to be adopted due to illness, injury, or just being too young. If you'd like to help us get the word out about our pets, please SHARE this email and also be sure you're a follower and share our Facebook Page posts!
We currently have 33 cats and kittens in our care, including these sweeties. Nymeria is actually a rare Albino Siamese mix. She'll need an adopter who understands Albinism and the special care she may need.
Sweet Ella is our most recent intake. She was abandoned with a babysitter by her owner. She's 7-8 years old and is a Chiweenie (Chihuahua/Dachshund mix). We took her to the vet this week and she's heart-worm negative, spayed, and up to date on shots. Her teeth however are in terrible condition and she'll need a dental treatment this coming week. After that, she'll be ready for adoption. She's great with kids, dogs, and cats, so she'd make a great addition to any family.
Titus came to us after a good Samaritan found him injured and in obvious pain from a partial de-gloving injury to his leg. He's had surgery to repair the injury and will need several more follow-up vet visits before he will be available for adoption. His medical bills so far have been more than $365 and we've received $125 in donations for him which have helped a lot!