NEWS FROM PENNY JAMES...
I am a messenger for animals and have experienced the many gifts they have given to humanity. The dogs from 9/11 that went through the debris and lost their lives along with the firemen a few years later and also the cats that are sent to hospitals to lower blood pressure for patients and can detect cancer. These are only two examples of how animals help and love humans unconditionally. The photos show a young female cat I plan on having spayed after she was left to die in the last storm by a former neighbor that recently left the area. I opened a door to an unfinished partition of my home and left food close to it when I heard her crying. She has been staying in the space since. I was able to get her in a box this morning after gaining her trust but because she has been so abused she panicked and was able to break through the container. I called the hospital and they gave me a trap and surgery will have to be rescheduled. Animals deserve respect and should not be dumped at the side of the road and I could not leave this young mangled female cat out in the cold to die. The price is too high even with the bill that will be over $350 that I will have to pay which is better than to have 5 more kittens and multiply the problems. I need your voice and others collectively to not only remind people that they can help by leaving their out buildings open during this next storm but also address the problem. Most of us have smart phones and can be watchful and hold people accountable for disrespecting life. I am outraged and refuse to be passive any longer. Thank you for taking the time to read this. After all, it is about the animals. I will keep you posted on how the cat is recovering.
|Penny James, Bed of Trees Foundation – Masterful Communication Through Nature|
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