A section of my sanctuary is for FelV Pos. cats, but NY is probably too far
away. I'm in WV, and actually I'm getting much too old (almost 80) to take
on more cats.  I'm wondering why the people who were to adopt this kitten
don't want it now. Unless of course they have other cats.

Lorrie

On 10-06, Natalie wrote:
> 
>    Any advice for this rescue person?  Natalie
> 
>      Hi, please contact [1]wellbeing...@gmail.com if you have the info.
> 
>    From: [2]wellbeing...@gmail.com <[3]wellbeing...@gmail.com>
>    Subject: Re: FeLeuk
>    Date: Thursday, October 4, 2012, 11:45 PM
> 
>     We have a darling kitten, who's been beautifully fostered and about to
>     be placed in a fabulous home; was diagnosed with FeLV today.
>     Do any of you have any sanctuaries or homes which could take this 
>      sweet kitty?
> 
>                       Please let us know. Many thanks!
> 
> 
>    Ms. Gregg Mayer
> 
>    Certified Integrative Yoga Therapist
>    500 Hr. RYT Kripalu Yoga Instructor
>    Certified Pilates Instructor
>    [4]www.angelfire.com/ct3/wellbeings77/
>    ~
>    All Sentient Beings, Inc.
>    (Animal Rescue, Information Clearinghouse)
>    All Sentient Beings, Inc. is a registered 501 (c)(3) nonprofit
>    organization in the United States
> 
> References
> 
>    1. http://mailto:wellbeing...@gmail.com/
>    2. mailto:wellbeing...@gmail.com
>    3. mailto:wellbeing...@gmail.com
>    4. http://www.angelfire.com/ct3/wellbeings77/


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