Hi Everyone!

 

Hope everyone is enjoying the beauty of the Fall season and all the colorful changes it brings. We had some challenges this year with the move of one of our main volunteers to her new home. Cats being creatures of habit, we had to really think things through to ensure a seamless transition. Of course, nothing really goes according to plan, but the link below has some excellent tips we used that could help your kitties in case you have to move:

https://www.dailypaws.com/living-with-pets/pet-owner-relationship/family-changes/moving-with-cats

We do our best to make sure our foster kitties are happy and healthy. Your continued donations and support help us to provide these vital services to animals in need. Here are success stories for two sets of ten-year-old kitties adopted early this year who have found their forever homes. One pair has been in our group for over nine years.

Grace and Hope’s Success Story 

 

Grace and Hope are sisters that were adopted from WECR when they were just kittens. Unfortunately, the adopter had to move and was unable to take these two wonderful cats with them. As per our adoption agreement, they reached out to our group in hopes that we could find them a new home.
 
Fortunately, we were able to find these two girls a loving home together. They are now adopted and have adjusted to their new adopters and home beautifully.
 
The adopter says, “They have made themselves very much at home and seem to have no concerns!  Kimchi loves being under the covers whenever possible, even when it’s warm. She does alter her cuddle behaviors when it’s hot, though, and just puts a paw on you instead of going for a full snuggle. Her sister, however, believes that full body cuddling is essential no matter what the weather.” 

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Rosey and Lucky’s Success Story 

 

Rosey and Lucky are doing fine. They’re still a bit skittish at anything out of the ordinary but will play with some coaxing out. They love treats and will often jump on the bed for naps.
 
They have only been with their adopter for two months and with more time to adjust, the adopter is positive they will live the rest of their lives with love and in comfort.

Our funds are very low and monetary donations are desperately needed!! 

Will you please consider making a donation today? Your life-saving donation is tax deductible. (SAFE is a 501c3 organization, EIN: 20-1631776) 

Donations can be made through PayPal clicking on the button below:

We also accept checks payable to S.A.F.E. and mailed to: 

 

SAFE/WECR 

P.O. Box 29662 

Henrico, VA  23242 

 

Vicky Huband

SAFE/WECR