I apologize in advance if this topic has been discussed recently, but my baby
is sick and I haven't been on the computer much.
My FELV cat Thomas O' Malley, has non regenerative anemia. He wasn't showing
any signs of illness until one day he spent the entire day hiding in my closet.
I wish it were only us humans that were going to miss Chanel. She was a
beautiful solid white little princess that came to my rescue from Animal
Services because she was FELV+. She spent a few days as the only cat in her
room before 5 tiny new black and white additions arrived. They were only 9
It's nice to have validation from someone else who is doing this. I'm sure you
understand when I say how frustrating it is for me every time I hear about a
sanctuary that doesn't have the animals best interest at heart. Not only is it
horrible for the animals in their care,
think I'm doing Tom proud.
Helping Paws Animal Sanctuary
Saint James City, FL
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As you might remember I posted some time ago about my inability to find
insurance because my shelter adopts out FELV+ cats. I just wanted to update
you on my progress. The next set of companies I tried gave me a new reason.
They said because I live in Florida and shelters in the states of Florida,
I need Liability insurance. I tried Kennel Pack and they sent me an apology
letter. They won't insure me because I adopt out healthy cats and keep FELV
positive cats in the same building. It's not like I keep them together. They
each have their own cageless room. I also had to promise never to
I know there are others on here who have FELV shelters and I'm wondering who
you have for insurance providers.
I keep getting turned down for insurance because I have FELV positive cats
at my facility. Those cats are the reason I started the shelter and I'm not
letting them go.
PLEASE HELP! I
Gloria I would be happy to take him into my sanctuary and work with him, but
I'm in SW Florida. I'm not sure that I would be closer to you than the one
in North Carolina. If you are interested, let me know.
Just wanted to introduce myself, I've been reading the board for awhile.. My
history with FELV cats started out not so good. I found a beautiful gray
kitty that I spent months feeding outdoors trying to coax her in. At last
she rewarded me for my patience and allowed me to pick her up and bring
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