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A kind and concerned person called us about an injured stray cat. The Good Samaritan took BayLynn to the vet and gave her over to Pet Paw-see care. At first the vet thought the problem was caused by some sort of trauma, but after testing, this poor cat was found to have a deep sarcoma in her ear and was also FIV positive. Despite our hopes that we could give BayLynn a better future, we could only help her leave her suffering behind as we helped her pass over the Rainbow Bridge.
We are working hard to reduce the number of homeless and stray cats in our community through our spay/neuter clinics. We hate to see cats like BayLynn trying to survive in the outdoors with severe medical problems.
If you want to help us help cats like BayLynn, please donate. Your gifts go directly to paying for medical expenses and our spay/neuter clinics.