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Marsha: Blind kitten at high-kill shelter is now safe with Hooves & Paws Rescue

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This is an update on Marsha, the blind kitten need rescue at Greenville County Animal Care Services. The shelter, located in Greenville, South Carolina, is high-kill. They also work hard to get the cats and dogs in their care into the hands of rescues, foster and loving families.

Such was the case with Marsha, who at only two months old is blind, has intention tremors, and possible cerebellar damage! But per the shelter vet she could live a perfectly normal life.

Keila Adams, humble servant to dogs and cats at Hooves & Paws of the Upstate, now has Marsha under her care. Marsha will be kept until she's old enough to spay and have her follow-up at the clinic for the other issues, just to be sure she doesn't need added care.

Once she's been given a clean bill of health, Keila will list Marsha for adoption through Hooves & Paws. With Marsha's limitations, Keila will have special criteria for the best home environment, also considering what other pets they have and how she will do in the circumstances.

Hooves & Paws are a two-fold animal ministry, and are a registered nonprofit rescue dedicated to providing a place of healing for the sweet souls God places in their path, and a for profit caregiving (pet sitting) service committed to providing compassionate care for your furry family in the comfort of your home or farm.

If you have a pet sitting need, they would be honored to care for your babies by providing loving care while you're away at work or on vacation.

If you would like to help Keila financially, please click here. Keila is a regular supporter of the dogs and cats on death row at the high-kill shelter. She does all she can to help as many as possible, and that takes money.

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