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Put Smiles On Aslans Kitties Faces!
"Aslans Cats always does it's best to take in cats in the most desperate situations and often these kitties come to us in need of extensive and very expensive medical care. In honor of "National Pet Dental Health Awareness Month", we are launching a fundraiser effort to help a program we have created called "Happy Smiles".
It is for the cats with serious mouth issues,as poor mouth health can lead to many other serious illnesses, and the treatments we provide to the cats in our care at Aslans require extensive dental procedures such as extractions often running into the thousands of dollars each.
PLEASE HELP US TO HELP THEM!
All of our cats in need will be scheduled for dental visits and the requisite extractions as needed, because WE CANNOT let them suffer.
BUT WE NEED YOUR HELP to enable us to care for them while continuing their ongoing care at Aslans Cats.
All told, Aslan's medical bills - Even with Vet discounts - run us somewhere in the neighborhood of 7 thousand dollars a MONTH! Not including Emergencies.
Aslan's Cats was founded to help cats that are positive for Feline Leukemia. We are unique because the cats live in a house, a home. They are not segregated to a separate building. We do this so the cats get alot of love and attention round the clock. We take in only Feline Leukemia positive cats and kittens, friendly or feral, because there are so few places for them to go. They live out their lives in a stress free, loving environment.
The cats are given high quality food, vitamins and supplements. They are frequently taken to our veterinarians. We use many life saving treatments, working with both allopathic and holistic medicines. We are even using newer treatments to help boost their immune systems to enable them to live longer and healthier lives.
We are hoping our work will help Feline Leukemia cats everywhere, not just at Aslan's Cats.
Our Kitties at Aslan's are 'SPECIAL NEEDS' animals.
We adopt them out to ENLIGHTEN AND EDUCATE THE PUBLIC THAT FELINE LEUKEMIA IS NOT A DEATH SENTENCE.
We want to help educate people about this disease to be less fearful of it, so they will consider adopting Feline Leukemia Positive cats.
Our goal is to give the cats quality lives, filled with love and joy, no matter how long or short.
Aslans Cats receives grant from the venerable Build-a-Bear Foundation to help further our mission to spay and neuter all cats that are admitted to our organization. We thank them so much for their contribution and are so excited that they believe in the mission of Aslans Cats.
Aslan's Cats is very happy to announce that we have just received yet ANOTHER medical grant from the ASPCA to further "OUR MISSION" to help our feline residents. We thank Jill Van Tuyl, Adam Liebling and Michael Barrett for their support of our organization. We are incredibly honored and it is so rewarding to know that they believe in our cause.
SPCA International has honored Aslan's Cats for 2015 in recognition of the outstanding work that we are accomplishing and to support our continued efforts to improve the felines in our community. We thank Lori Kalef for making this happen.
Wall Of Support & Love
With HEARTFELT THANKS from, Hilary, Sabrina and all of our Kitties!
We appreciate your kind donations to Aslan’s Cats!
Anonymous, Honorary Guardian Angel, Hong Kong
Christine Van Valley
Janet Franklin & Enid Redfern, NYC
Kevin Godbey from Littleton, Colorado
Deb Wantuch, from Queens, NY
Jill Dosik, NYC
Yvette Cruz, Harlem, NY
Michel & Barbara Boudot, Montreal, Canada
Ken Hansen, Lagrangeville, NY
Herman Hansen, Yonkers, NY
Patrice Stabile, Wappingers Falls, NY
Frances Mazzuka, Queens, NY
Donation Of Hope, Anonymous, Rhinebeck, NY
Madeline Callahan, Lattingtown, NY
Aslans Cats' is a proud recipient of the SPCA International ''Shelter of the Week'' Award
We at Aslans thank our Guardian Angels tremendously for their ongoing support in helping us at Aslans.
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Wellness Days At Aslans
In addition to bringing our cats for checkups, Dr. Megan Dundas visits our home once a month for wellness days ... Where the hard to trap ferals are tended to as well as our other cats. These visits are crucial to the success and well being of our animals.