Adopted October 2012
When Cheecho came to us he was just a kitten and was starving. He was crying on our door step. His spine and ribs were showing through his skin, his fur was matted, he had fleas and had a terrible ringworm infection all over his face. We couldn't leave him outside in this state and we didn't have anything to feed him. We scoured the cupboard looking for something suitable when we found a can of flaked chicken.
Well, we couldn't open the can fast enough. As soon as we put it on a plate for him, he scarfed the entire portion seemingly without chewing.
My partner and I squabbled a bit over whether or not we should do more to help this little guy. We walked into the living room only to find that he had made himself right at home and was sitting 'crossed pawed' on the couch like a statue. We both looked at each other and proclaimed that he was now a part of the family. But given our financial circumstances at the time we were unable to pay the vet bills needed to nurse him back to health.
scoured the internet to find help and stumbled upon Animal Welfare
Association of Hamilton and thankfully so. The AWA of Hamilton
really took charge of the situation and directed us on the right course
of action. They even provided us with a ride to our vet
appointments!!! We couldn't believe it. He recovered quickly
and after 6 months of fostering Cheecho, we decided that we would adopt
him. He is the most handsome cat we've ever had and we love him
very much. He came into our lives for a reason and thus he stays.
Thank you AWA, without you we don't know how things would have turned out.
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