Brooke has survived 6 years with a rare fungal disease when most doctors didn’t give her more than a year ! Today she has a perforated diaphragm and needs emergency surgery ! We are at EPH now awaiting a deposit so that they can start her life saving surgery ! They are requiring at least 1/2 which is 1000.00 to get started ! Time is running out as it is 9:00 and she is still waiting ! Please help us help her so that she has a fighting chance to survive ! Any donation would be greatly appreciated!
Spayed female, Part Maine Coon, Born: 2001. Surrendered to CMP in 2014, when her person was moved out of state, into assisted living by family. Pooh is a sweet senior female who would do well with a patient family who would rep sect that some cats need a few weeks to get used to their surroundings. She’d love a family for her golden years.
“I’ve been quite content living in a loving Camp Many Paws home, but recently had unexpected eye trouble! It happened quickly and what looked like a cataract was actually glaucoma. Although I was immediately hurried to the eye doctor, nothing could be done to save the sight in my right eye. Since it is now sightless, the doctor says my eye should be removed in order to prevent the growth of any cancerous tumor or sarcoma, which she says very is possible. Will you please donate to help pay for my $700 eye surgery!”
To donate specifically to Pooh, please contact us at campmanypaws-naples.com/contact/
Here are Pete and Matt with Petsthetics, LLC. Licensed Prosthetic Orthopedists, they came down from Tampa to meet Hazel! Pete is holding Hazel, our tripod kitty.
Thank you for helping Hazel with a temporary orthopedic while she’s small, for free. They measured her for a temporary prosthetic to see how she adjusts to it. A real one would be about $500-$700 dollars.
Please donate at campmanypaws-naples.com to help us afford it!
Don’t forget to like Petsthetics on Facebook for their hard work!
BB is a happy, independent boy who loves to play. He’s social with cats and dogs, and is very deserving! BB was rescued after he was shot in the face by some teenage boys with a BB gun. BB Is fixed and up to date on his shots and ready to get to know you during what we call a no obligation “sleepover”!!
You can take your time getting to know a kitty. Which is great because sometimes it an take a few weeks for a kitty to become acclimated to their new house! Ask about taking BB home.
We are a 501c3 nonprofit TNR and Adoption agency for homeless felines in Collier County. We are passionate about cats and the feral and unwanted cat situation in Collier County and Southwest Florida concerned us enough to form the organization and have since been finding new homes for rehabilitated cats.
We are 100% donation funded and operate in Naples, Florida.