“Ivy” our longest living resident

I rescued Ivy as an adult cat in 1993, making him at least 21-years-old! We have been treating him for kidney disease for years, and he is a very happy cat. Everyone loves him and he purrs and arches his back to get your attention when he sees you.Ivy1

I have written 243 letters since Ivy came to live with us. Every time that I said “… and all our 1,500 catsIvy2 & dogs,” Ivy was one of them!

This is what we are all about. This angel would have died in 1993 when the President was Bill Clinton and the best movie of the year was Schindler’s List! All this time later he is still with us, reminding us why this mission is so important.

 

 

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