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|Comment||Dear Jessica, Thank you for your great advice. By the time I got back to check on her, she had moved and taken all the kittens with her. I did manage to give her some good food and water before she moved them. Your advice was very good and I appreciate it. I do try my best to work with the trap, neuter/rescue people as often as possible. I have spent over $1,000 of my own to have all the rest taken care of. I will let nature take it's course in this case. It is sad, but this little mama was too hard to catch to get spayed. I will catch her as soon as the one kitten she seems to care for is old enough. I have done this for about 30yrs. and never come across this situation before! So, I do thank you so very much! I think you should be volunteer of the year!! Best, Susan Erskine|
The areas in which I have gained the most experience are cat health and feral cat management/rescue. I provide supportive care to chronically ill cats, hospice care to terminally ill cats and also am involved in trap-neuter-return efforts. My specialities lie in taming feral cats and in the allopathic treatment of cats with illnesses or special needs. I also have owned Siamese, Himalayans, Abyssinians, Russian Blues, Savannahs, Bengals, Peterbalds, Don Sphynx and Oriental Shorthairs and am well-versed in cat breeds as well as cat behavior and nutrition.
I have 15 years of extensive experience with cats ranging from breeding to medical care. My daily routine consists of caring for cats with diabetes, thyroid disease, kidney failure, feline leukemia, feline AIDS as well as feral cats. I have experience with liver patients, heart patients, feline infectious peritonitis, cancer, recovery from amputation and trauma, congenital deformities and most every disease in between. I have assisted cats giving birth and hand-nursed kittens who were neglected by their mother from 2 days old through weaning.
15 years' hands-on experience. Current nursing student. I've studied the parallels of human and cat anatomy as well as zoonotic disease, so my studies are broadening the depth of my understanding of feline anatomy, physiology and pathology.