Monday, July 11, 2011

Meet a Tabby's Place Cat: Kendall

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Tabby's Place

When I visited Tabby's Place last week, I asked Angela if there were any particular cats I should feature. Of course all of the cats are worth a special mention, but she said that Kendall would be a good pick because she doesn't currently have any sponsors.
Kendall is around 9-years-old, and was brought to Tabby's Place in early 2011 when she was surrendered at a shelter across the country because her owner could no longer afford to keep her. As I mentioned in my previous post, the cats are all delegated to their own areas of the sanctuary based on their needs, and Kendall happens to be the "resident" cat of the on-site hospital.
Kendall in action
On the day I visited, she was busy monitoring patients who had recently undergone medical procedures. Well let me tell you, this girl is a chatty little Cathy, and I couldn't even get a clear picture in between her furious cavalcade of meows!

Meow, meow, meow!
This beautiful Bengal mix suffers from renal failure and Irritable Bowel Disease and requires two abdominal ultrasounds a year to monitor her kidney disease, along with a prescription diet to help control her IBS. Click HERE to learn more about Kendall, and to find out how you can sponsor this lovely girl.

Image credit: Tabby's Place

Vote Catsparella for Best Social Integration Blog at the 2011 Petties Awards, and if I win, I'll donate the $1,000 prize to Tabby's Place Cat Sanctuary to help Kendall and other special needs kitties like her. You can vote every day, twice a day, through July 29th!

Visit to vote, and please help spread the word!



Cat Chat With Caren And Cody said...

Kendall is a true beauty, I can barely read this without it breaking my heart. I wish I could adopt them all!

Repositório said...

Oh sweetie Kendall. I hope she stay better and have a good life.

Au and Target said...

We feel for all the Kendalls in this world. Purring for you darling and hope you get a brilliant forever after home.

Mr Puddy said...

This Tabby's Place Cat Sanctuary , I guess it's the same place as " Four Good Cats" blog always post all feral which I knew this place for so long. and I really want Kendalls to get good help, I vote for you no wonder !

Admiral Hestorb said...

i am just enchanted with beautifil and dear.

Amy and The House of Cats said...

Oh Kendal is a beautiful girl! We are so glad that she has a wonderful place like Tabby's Place that will help to take care of her!

A few Good Cats said...

Kendall is a good girl and she's getting lots of loving care at Tabby's Place. It's great that you're offering to help them!

Not-so-crazy cat lady said...

What a dear! I also have IBD, so I really feel for this girl, and with a face like that how could anyone resist? I just might be the first lucky person to sponsor her!


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