Bachelorette of the Week: Psi!

You Guys! This week, we have a very special bachelorette who you may have seen here before. Last spring, I attempted to find transport for a spina bifida kitten named Psi to make her way from New Jersey to Canada to her permanent home, and it was a success! We found a wonderful reader named Frank who carried her on the airplane to her new adopter.

Psi, posing like the cover girl she is.

Psi, posing like the cover girl she’s preparing to be.

After roughly 9 months, however, Psi’s medical conditions became too difficult for her big-hearted adopter Bailey to handle, and she very recently made the difficult decision to bring Psi to Tabby’s Place, where Psi could get the medical treatment she desperately needs. (You may remember Bailey from when she adopted D’Artagnan, our very first ever Bachelor.)

Psi is currently eleven months old. She is unable to use her back legs or to use the bathroom on her own, and may require surgery for a bone spur in her rear leg.  Tabby’s Place will provide Psi with ongoing medical care and daily therapy to help sooth her little butt and hopefully prepare her for her future dream of a forever home when she is ready.

Until then, we’d appreciate your sharing the word about Psi and the work Tabby’s Place is doing for her. If you can help, Psi would happily accept sponsorship to  ease her medical bills at Tabby’s Place. Or maybe you can send her a blankey and some treats. I’m sure she’d happily accept those, too. Or even some telepathic purrs, because I’m sure she’s Psi-chic. (Sorry, it had to be said.)

To learn more about Psi and find out how to sponsor her, please visit her page here.

I’m sending a hearty thank you and giant hugs to Tabby’s Place for taking in this special little kitten who needs help. You do amazing things, Tabby’s Place! And also a hug to Psi’s adoptive mom. We know it was a difficult decision for you, and we applaud you for doing the right thing for Psi, no matter how hard it was for you.

Psi, hypnotizing you with her charm.

Psi, hypnotizing you with her charm.

 

Psi, looking at the angels that are clearly looking out for her.

Psi, looking at the angels that are clearly looking out for her.

Love,

Crepes.

Need Escort to Help Psi Reach Her New Home In Calgary!

You guys!

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Psi, hoping to get home soon!

We have an amazing opportunity here to help a special needs kitty get to his/her new home! Do you remember Bailey Maitland? She’s the fabulous young lady that adopted D’Artagnan from Tabby’s Place earlier this year. She also found a paraplegic kitty on the street and adopted her, too. And now, kind-hearted Bailey is willing to open her home to one more special needs kitty named Psi if she can find a way to get Psi home to Calgary AB, Canada.

Psi has a spinal deformity that is likely spina bifida, which requires her to have her urine and feces expressed two times a day. She is also likely a hermaphrodite. She looks like a lady cat on the outside but might be hiding some boy parts on the inside. Fancy, eh? If you want to know more about her, you can check out her Petfinder.com profile here.

Now, here’s the scoop on where we can help:  Psi is being fostered in Bensalem, PA and her adoption is being handled by the Trenton Cat Rescue in New Jersey. Bailey lives in Calgary, Canada and is unable to fly to New Jersey to pick her up.

We are looking for:

A person or pilot that is willing to escort Psi from Pennsylvania/New Jersey to the Calgary area. Psi is unable to travel via car because the veterinarian thinks it would be too stressful of a journey, so flight is the only option. Psi is unable to fly on her own because she cannot be shipped as “cargo.”

Can you escort me home?

Can you escort me home?

Is there anyone near Bensalem, PA that would be willing to fly with Psi to Calgary OR to Edmonton, Saskatoon, Regina, Vancouver, Seattle, Spokane, Glacier Park international airport area or Great Falls international airport area? Bailey is able to travel to any of those places to meet Psi and her escort. If you are willing to do this, please contact me and I can put you in touch with Bailey, or contact the Trenton Cat Rescue to arrange the travel plans. Psi will be given a medical clearance by the veterinarian, so crossing the Canadian border shouldn’t be a problem.

If you yourself can’t fly Psi, please pass on this notice to anyone you think can help. Let’s share it on Facebook and Twitter and see if we can help Psi get home to Bailey! Let’s show everyone that we can really make this happen!

 

Love,

Crepes.

Bachelorette of the Week: Dot!

Since D’Artagnan’s been adopted, Dot has room in her life for a new best friend. Maybe that could be you! It’s going to take a very special person to care for Dot, because of her health issues, but as we saw with D’Art’s new mom Bailey, special people do exist that can make these kitties’ dreams come true!

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Dot

Dot has spina bifida, so she’s paralyzed in her hind legs. She also has a high possibility of bladder infections. She’s very tiny and needs assistance using the bathroom, but look at that face! Dot has a heart of gold in that tiny body and is just waiting for the perfect person to love her. And if you already love her but can’t take her home, maybe you’d consider sponsoring her. She has her own page at Tabby’s Place and is thrilled to get all the help and love that she can. She loves snuggles, running around with her favorite toys, and I’ll bet with a little patience, you could teach her to polka. Then she’d be Polka Dot.

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Dot as a kitten

Tiny Dot playing ball

Tiny Dot playing ball

Dot