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S.P.A. was contacated by a very concerned young woman who explained that a young, pregnant cat came to her door begging for help and she was very worried because the skin had been completely pulled off of the cat's tail, and all that was there was a bloody bone, she said.
S.P.A. met them at Fremont Animal Hospital where "Nature" was examined by Dr. Reineck.
Upon examination Dr. Reineck confirmed her pregnancy. He did an ultrasound and confirmed that this was indeed another "teenage" pregnancy. Nature was possibly one year old (or less), he said. She stayed at Fremont Animal Hospital until her tail was amputated, and then through recovery.
A very kind couple living in Chardon, Ohio volunteered to foster Nature until she had her babies, and we are so thankful that they have given Nature a safe and comfortable home in which to deliver and care for her new arrivals, which she delievered on July 8th.
Five Beautiful Babies:
1 little torti girl named Brook
1 satin black boy named Glen
1 satin black girl named Glade
2 beautifully marked tiger boys, Forest and River
The kittens will soon be 9 weeks old and are ready for adoption. Brook and Glen have been adopted to a wonderful home in Bowling Green.
Glade, Forest and River, as well as their mother, Nature, are hoping to find their forever homes soon!
Please read about Glade, Forest and River by clicking on their names in SPA's available animal list.
Nature is a very sweet girl, who loves to be petted. She has been a very attentive and loving mother. She has a little fur stump for a tail which is as cute as can be. She usues her litter box without fail, and will make someone a very special girl kitty.
If you are interested in adopting Mother Nature, please go to www.spaohio.org and click on ADOPT & FOSTER in the pink bar at the top of the page.
Nature is one of those "very special, once-in-a-lifetime kitties who is eager to a special human who will love her and care for her for the rest of her life.
For an online adoption application go to our website!
Society for the Protection of Animals, Inc.