It Takes a Village

Community steps up to help raise over $15,000 for the cats effected by the Hayden house fire.

It truly takes a village to save lives, especially those of our four-legged friends. Our wonderful community, to include friends from all over Colorado and our very own Shannon Lukens, news director for Steamboat Radio, stepped up in a big way to provide shelter and veterinary care for 25 cats that were rescued from a house fire. Because of you, over $15,000 was raised to nurse them back to health as well as allowing eleven kittens and two mamas to thrive in foster care. To see their progress after suffering such trauma is truly amazing and you made it happen!!

Just look at Fisbo, who was the most seriously injured and required hospitalization and treatment from the fantastic doctors at Pet Kare to stay alive. While she is still recovering, Fisbo has made amazing progress and has you to thank! She is the sweetest kitty who has a tremendous will to not only survive but to thrive!

The kittens should be ready for adoption in approximately three weeks while many of the adult cats are now available to go into their new homes. They are still coming out of their shell but with care and compassion, they will be great companions ready for their second chance!

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