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Help Us Rehabilitate Injured/sick Cats & Kittens In New Delhi, India
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We are on a mission to improve the lives of stray/community cats of New Delhi and often rescue injured or sick cats who need rehabilitation. While some cats are treated back to health, sterilised and released back to their territories, the younger ones or ones with life-long disabilities are put into foster homes and eventually adopted out.

We need help with medical boarding charges, vet bills, cost of medication and food. We would be extremely grateful if you donate or share our fundraiser. Any amount is deeply appreciated. 

Currently we have 2 injured kittens under our care: Brie & Bruno.

Brie was rescued a few weeks ago with most of her tail missing that had been infested with maggots. Luckily we were able to rescue her in time. It took 3 days to kill and remove all the maggots and soon after her skin started to grow back. Brie’s tail has almost healed now and she will soon be shifted to foster care. She has also received one shot of tricat vaccine and is due to receive a booster in the coming weeks along with her anti rabies vaccination
We need to clear her boarding and vet bills. Please help us out, any amount is deeply appreciated
here are the details :
Boarding charges Rs. 200x30 days = Rs. 6000
Vet & Treatment Cost Rs. 2000
Vaccinations Rs. 2000
Medication and food Rs. 1000

We are looking to raise Rs. 11000 ($150) for Brie out of which have raised Rs. 4000 so far. Thank you for all your donations and well wishes for Brie.

Bruno was found profusely bleeding from his nose and unable to walk. His X-ray confirmed damage in his spine and complete paralysis of the lower body. While Bruno's case is a lot more severe, he has been showing small improvements and movement in his legs and we have high hopes that this boy will make it. Once he is stable enough, we would like to explore the option of surgically correcting his legs to give him a chance to walk again.

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