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Hope   

In shelter Cat

Kerrville, TX, 78028
Pet name:
Hope
Gender:
Female
Breeds:
Manx
Date:
08/30/2022
Colors:
Dilute Calico
Size:
Medium
Age:
Baby
Coat length:
Medium
Description:
Meet Hope! 

Hope’s story began when a Good Samaritan stumbled upon this little angel buried deep into the leaves, they couldn’t believe their eyes. How does this happen? Her only comfort was the leaves as she was unable to even walk to find help.

After scooping up Hope’s mangled, flea-ridden body, her kind finder immediately reached out to us as it was clear this little girl was going to need extensive medical care, along with slight possibility of surgery for her shattered front and back leg. The moment we received the call, we dropped everything we were doing to jump into action to become her hero.\xa0

The good news, Hope was now safe and sound with us, but she had a long journey of recovery ahead. Per medical advice, we were advised to hold off on any surgeries til her bones grew and possible healed. Sure enough, as she got a little older, we saw how miraculously kitties can heal with the perfect, special care for a tiny kitty. Now that she’s gotten bigger, we do know she will always have a significant limp but that does not slow this mighty little one down. 

Hope now about 4 months old, is a gorgeous little lady with sass running through her veins. She loves people and would love to share her life with you! 

Hope’s story…is really just beginning, help her write the forever chapters and adopt Hope today!

•Interested in adopting, please email: info@freemanfritts.com 

•Or come by and see Hope:
Wednesday-Friday from 1pm-4pm

Saving lives through rescue, adoption, outreach and education!

Location


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
 
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