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Nino He is a 12 year old senior cat with health issues that KittyKind and Partnership for Shelter Animals NYC are partnering to give him the support and care he needs. Nino was an owner surrender to the ACC. He was a favorite at the facility, but after several months in the cage, Nino had noticeable hair loss and loss of body weight. PSANYC pulled Nino out of there and got him into a foster home.
Nino has been recovering really well in his foster home. He is gaining weight and growing his hair back. He fetches his mouse for his exercise and he also now plays hide and seek! His bodily functions are normal for a cat on maximum kidney disease maintenance.
Please consider donating today for ongoing care for Nino's Kidney Disease.
KittyKind would like to extend a sincere and heartfelt "thank you" to the Petco Love for our 2021 Grant Award. This will help us continue our shared missiion of creating a better world for animals and the people who love them. This grant will go towards the care of rescued cats, just paw steps away from their home.
The Peco Foundation has assisted KittyKind for many years. They're a vital partner in our shared goal of finding great homes for great cats.
You can read more about the Petco Foundation at https://petcolove.org/.
Recently, the Petco Love Corporation awarded KittyKind a $7,000 grant. Tully and Buster celebrated the award at the KittyKind adoption center. Graduates of foster care themselves, they encourage all who can to foster other fur babies. June is Foster a Shelter Pet Month, but any month is good with them.
Thank you Petco Love Corporation, as well as KittyKind volunteers and supporters.http://www.facebook.com/petcolove
KittyKind wishes to thank Maddie's Fund® for its generous $3,000 grant to recognize KittyKind’s inclusive marketing and community outreach to save cats.
Maddie's Fund® is a family foundation established in 1994 by Dave and Cheryl Duffield and is the fulfillment of a promise to an inspirational dog, Maddie. She provided them much joy from 1987 – 1997 and continues to inspire them today.
The Foundation has awarded over $255 million in grants toward increased community lifesaving, pioneering shelter medicine education, and establishing foster care as a standard across the U.S.
#ThanksToMaddie KittyKind can continue its community outreach to connect people and pets.