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Katie

Friday, May 14th, 2010


February 2010 Update: Sweet Katie has been feeling better. Her bronchitis is fully resolved and her asthma is under control. She continues to be the most gentle and loving cat that her foster mother has ever taken care of. Katie spends her days in the comfort of her foster care home with plenty of toys to keep her busy and naps by the sunlight or windowsill. We are so happy to be able to give her the best quality of life possible.

March 2010 Update: Unfortunately, Little Katie is still having small asthma attacks. She is on a medication called Prednisone which is administered by her foster mother every three days. The medication seems to be helping her. She will be seeing an Animal League veterinarian soon for more x-rays. Otherwise, Katie is doing fine and as always she remains very happy and very sweet. We’ll be sure to keep you posted on her progress.

April 2010 Update: Sadly, Katie is still having small asthma attacks. Test results from the Animal League’s on-site medical center confirm chronic bronchial asthma. Her foster mother is waiting for medication to arrive that the Animal League has placed a special order for. Katie will be on an inhalator and she is now on oral prednisone to help with her asthma attacks which is administered by her foster mother every 3 days. Otherwise, Katie is doing fine. Thank you for your support of Katie which helps to enable her to receive the medication and intensive care she needs.

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Katie

Saturday, May 2nd, 2009

Sponsor Program cat Katie visited North Shore Animal League America during the 2009 Pet Adopathon.  She was a big hit with Animal League staff members as well as the Sponsor Program donors who drove all the way from Pittsburgh to meet her!  We are so grateful for our loving and dedicated supporters.  Please join this vital program and become a part of something special and life-saving today!

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Katie

Tuesday, April 1st, 2008

We are happy to report that Katie has been doing fine and seems to be feeling well. She actually doesn’t mind getting a bath from her foster mother anymore. She has learned over time to handle it without too much whimpering. The end result of feeling nice and clean must overcompensate for the actual bath, so she’s learned to put up with it. She is such a trooper!

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