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Friday, April 3, 2009

Charlie needs your help

Caroline's Kids Pet Rescue has added a new resident, one that will probably make the Concord Township shelter his forever home.

Charlie, a 10-year-old FIV positive cat, came to the shelter on March 19 with severe injuries to his four legs and feet. He was found in Leroy Township after wandering into a garage.

He could hardly stand or walk because he had deep puncture wounds, possibly bites, to his legs and feet.

Judie Brown, founder of the shelter, said the cat was in horrible shape, and how he came to be this way only Charlie knows.

Brown says that Charlie must have had a miserable life and lost most of his ear, probably to frostbite while trying to survive.

Since he will probably never be adopted, donations are being sought for Charlie's care.

If you can help Charlie or any of the 230 cats at the shelter, send a check to Caroline's Kids Pet Rescue, P.O. Box 24068, Mayfield Heights, OH 44124. Donations are tax-deductible to the 501(c)(3) charity.

-- Robin Palmer


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