Most likely caught and escaped a trap, Bandit dragged his way into someone’s backyard – mewing in pain. A T.A.I.L.S. volunteer got him to Westport Animal Hospital for an emergency examination. It was sadly decided that his leg was too far injured to repair and amputation was the only option. There was a major concern whether this little guy would make it through surgery at all… but he did!
After recovery and socialization, this adorable kitten was placed in a loving home.
Though T.A.I.L.S.’ primary mission is spaying and neutering, we often are faced with tragic situations like Bandits. We simply do not have the funds to help these injured cats or dogs. You can help us help others like Bandit.
Make a tax-deductible donation today!
Check made payable to TAILS with a notation "Bandit Fund" mail check to:
P.O. Box 2277
Westport, CT 06880
Any and all donations are greatly appreciated!
Too many kittens and cats are injured in the streets because there are too many cats and kittens without homes. Please help us spread the work and support spaying and neutering.
Visit our Petfinder site to view our adoptable pets.
LOW COST SPAYING & NEUTERING DOES EXIST!
The recommended age for spay/neutering is 2-6 months of age. Female animals should be spayed before their first heat; they do not need to have a litter before being spayed. Spaying or neutering your pet can decrease the risk of disease & injury. Pets who are spayed/neutered have decreased or zero risk of certain types of cancer (e.g., testicular cancer, mammary cancer). Altering your pets reduces and often eliminates annoying behaviors too and, most importantly, ends the chance of generations of future homeless animals!