Helping Homeless Kitties in and around San Jose, CA - TNR Advocates
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Noelle
\possible head trauma when she was about 7 weeks old. She was taken to the shelter where she received care for her bloody nose and antibiotics. After five days at the shelter, she was sneezing so they signed her down, which meant she was to be euthanized. We pulled her and brought her into our foster program and got her well. After several weeks with us, she was able to be spayed and then she was adopted to a fantastic home! Sadly, our little girl became sick with FIP just before her 5 month birthday and no matter how much we all loved her, we couldn't keep her with us any longer. She went over the rainbow bridge on February 20. Thank you for the short time we had with you, Noelle. You were a real trooper and we will love you forever.


Sinead
On October 15, we were deeply saddened to learn that Sinead had complications with anesthesia during a routine spay surgery and did not survive. She went in for surgery a happy and healthy little girl so this news was very shocking for us. =***( Sinead was a bundle of energy and loved to play, play, play! This adorable little tortie girl had tons of personality and tortie-tude! She loved to be held and had a beautiful voice that could be heard blocks away, hence her name, Sinead (O'Connor)! She had a fabulous face with half a cream colored mustache. You will never be forgotten little girl--you are missed very much! :(


Blizzard
Blizzard was found outside under a cold, damp, parasite-infested mobile home. As babies, Blizzard and his sisters Glacier & Flurry did not have access to healthy food and succumbed to eating snails, slugs and small rodents brought to them by their mama. As a result, Blizzard suffered and died of a severe lungworm infestation complicated by pneumonia. Despite attempts to cure him, his lung tissue was too diseased and he struggled to breathe worse and worse everyday. Blizzard didn’t know how sick he was—he just wanted to run and play! But, to avoid collapse, he had to be confined. He was one of the sweetest most friendly kittens in the world—an active boy who adored attention, snuggling and tumbling around. Blizzard's veterinary bills were ~$800. Donations are humbly appreciated. We are so sorry, little Blizzard, that we weren’t able to save you. =***( Your foster mom thinks about you everyday.


Thelma & Louise
Thelma & Louise (formerly Princess & Queen Anne) were rescued from a cold, filthy and unsafe mobile home park with their two brothers, Blackbeard & Black Bart. All four kittens were suffering from upper respiratory infections, severe conjunctivitis and massive flea infestations, but after some intensive T.L.C., all four babies recovered and were very happy to be in warm, safe and loving homes. Thelma & Louise stole the hearts of a wonderful couple in the fall of 2007. But, over the Thanksgiving holiday, both girls developed FIP and later crossed the rainbow bridge only one week apart. Their adopters were devastated by the loss of these two incredibly sweet girls as they loved them very much. Thelma & Louise were adored every minute of every day of their short little lives. Your dad and mom were crushed by the loss of you two wonderful little girls, and your foster mom misses you both deeply.


Zoe
Zoe was a perfectly petite little torbie orphan girl with a colossal spirit and a ginormous personality. Sadly, she became ill at six weeks old and it was discovered that she had a liver shunt. After many days in ICU at Adobe and the best vet care possible, our little girl just faded away. We will never forget you little girl--you'll be in our hearts forever!

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