Photo of Chelsey Zoe courtesy of Animals 4 Advocates
Off the battlefield, soldiers are people like the rest of us and love their animal companions.
Many soldiers have pets, and when they leave for a deployment that may be a year or longer they need to either find a foster or a permanent home for their pets. Because they often move frequently from base to base, it’s not always easy to strike up a friendship with a neighbor or friend or family member who can offer to take them temporarily or permanently.
On the other hand, many soldiers rescue animals from war zones and send them stateside when and however they can, but may not arrive at the same time.
The least we can do for those who put themselves in danger for our country is take good care of the animal companions they must leave behind or send forward. Here are two current situations.
Chelsey Zoe, above, is a beautiful 10 year old rescued feline who was brought to A4A Rescue when her owner was called to duty for our military- overseas. Chelsey Zoe is as sweet as can be, loves to be petted and loved on— and she has the most beautiful eyes. She enjoys life and has much affection to share…If you are interested in adopting- please send us a msg on FB or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
From I Have Cat
FROM AN IHC READER: A US Army soldier will not be back in DC area until 7/29th – needs someone to foster her 2 rescue kittens from Iraq. Email email@example.com if you or someone you know can help. You can go to Cat Lady Kate for more info, if you like.