A sweet kitty, with a painful eye condition, is in need of an angel. His name is KC and he is being held at a “kill” facility. On Wednesday, the manager of a North Carolina animal rescue reached out to the Pet Rescue Report in a desperate attempt to find KC the miracle he needs to be saved.
Jamie, with Brother Wolf Animal Rescue, explained:
There is a sweet adult cat in the shelter right now that needs help and I’m hoping maybe you would share his story. He’s a 5 year old male orange tabby named KC. He’s got an awful eye condition called Entropian which causes both of his eyelids and eyelashes to roll inwards, causing a tremendous amount of discomfort and pain. It’s one of the worst cases of Entropian I’ve come across, and he has little to no chance of being adopted with his expensive medical needs. Entropian requires a surgery which will cost several hundred dollars or more. KC is very sweet and needs an angel who will take him in and get him the care he needs.
KC is currently at a small, under-funded animal shelter – the staff at the facility wants KC to be saved from an unthinkable fate, but they do not have the resources to give KC what he needs. Brother Wolf Animal Rescue wants to help this small shelter, and the animals in their care, but they are currently lacking the funds as well.
KC needs an angel…truth be told, he needs a miracle. Anyone who feels compelled to lend this sweet kitty a hand can call the shelter directly at McDowell County Animal Shelter; 3751 NC 226 S, Marion NC 28752. (828) 652-6643.
If anyone is willing to donate to sponsor KC’s care, they could donate to the shelter over the phone. They do not have an online donation link at this time.
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