Lenore and Silverbelle have been rescued!
Read about it in “Lenore and Silverbelle’s Happy Ending”.
In this case, the abuse was both toward a human and the cats received the fallout. A humane officer was called to rescue two cats from a home where a woman had been abused by the man who lived with her to the point where she had to run to her family in another state for protection. The case is under investigation so details cannot be released.
Lenore and Silverbelle were traumatized by the ordeal. They are currently living in the human agent’s heated garage in a cage, which is the best accommodation she can give them with all the other litters of abandoned kittens and abused animals she’s keeping at the moment. The two have pretty much quit eating under the stress of the situation, and the humane agent would much prefer they had a quiet foster home in which to recover. All initial vet bills will be paid for any care they need to recover from this abuse.
The brief e-mailed note from the humane agent reads:
Lenore: Female, Spayed, Declawed, White, She turned 4 in June of this year.
Lenore is very, very shy. I had to move her from my friend’s house because she was so upset about the sheltie dog that lives there. Now I have her in cat tower in my garage (only thing I have) and she has stopped eating.
Silverbelle: Female, Spayed, Declawed, Silver/Gray, She turned 2 in July of this year
Silverbelle is sweet and loving. Scared also but better than Lenore.
Both Persians. Big, big hair. Needs combed and a bit of matting. They are bonded – you know what that means………
Where the are, and if you can help…
Lenore and Silverbelle are currently in southwestern Pennsylvania, near Pittsburgh. If there is any chance you can provide a quiet, nurturing space for them you just might save their lives. A friend of mine is in contact with the humane agent, but if you can help please contact the humane agent at email@example.com or cell 412-841-6827.
Photos provided by the humane agent.
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