Brooklyn Rescue Umbrella…

As I previously mentioned here,  Josie and her pussycats of the Brooklyn Rescue Umbrella need your help.  Josie and her team are attempting to rescue, treat and find homes for the cats and kittens of a Brooklyn cat hoarder.  Some of these poor animals have been locked in cages for over a year.  It is just heart breaking.  Week by week they are rescuing more kitties, taking them to the vet to be tested and treated and looking for homes for these lovable (and in need of love) animals.

To read my previous blog about this rescue attempt please click here.

Brooklyn Rescue Umbrella has teamed up with PETCO (2601 Stillwell Avenue (86th street) location in Brooklyn, NY).

I took a trip out to the Petco last night to speak to Josie and see how the cats are doing.  The rescued cats are doing amazing!!  Some have needed surgeries for ear mites and other conditions associated with coming from poor living environment and mal-nutrition.  Around 20 have been rescued and adopted and there are still 25 more who need help.  Barbara Berger (the cat hoarder) is now attempting to stop the rescue and face enviction from her apartment to keep the remaining cats.  Brooklyn Rescue Umbrella needs your help and support to save these cats!

Here are some photos of my trip to PETCO and Brooklyn Rescue Umbrella:

THE ADOPTION PROCESS:

  1. Current ID
  2. Fill out Adoption Application – this does not mean you are guaranteed a cat.
  3. Pay adoption fee, which is used for testing, vaccinations, spay and neuter surgeries.
  4. All kittens and cats will be delivered to your home.

The adoption fee to save one of these animals is just $50.

If you cannot adopt but would still like to help, you can donate:

  • donations for medical care: Dr. Robinson, 1951 Bath Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11223  (718-256-1900)
  • donations for cages Pet Delight, 300 kings Highway Brooklyn, NY 11223 (718-339-7800)
  • any veterinarians that can donate services for the cat with severe ear polyps please contact:  (347-586-1901)

For more information, or to adopt one of Barbara Berger’s cats, contact Josephine Marrero at Brooklyn.Rescue.Umbrella@gmail.com.

To view the Brooklyn Rescue Umbrella facebook, please click here.

If you can, please RE-BLOG to spread the word and save these animals.

Thank you so much for reading and I hope your Monday is fabulous!!

<3 Luv and I Do xxoo

Save a Kitty…Adoption Marathon!!!

So, I am not sure if everyone is aware of this, but I have two kittens who are now 6 months old.  Their names are Hermione and Voldemort (Harry Potter fans!!).  We were not planning on expanding our family just yet, but our hearts were melted by these two little cuties who were rescues from Brooklyn Rescue Umbrella.  We adopted them back in October and our lives have been changed (for the better) since.

Here are a few photos of our kitties:

(Top left photo is the first day we adopted them, top right is the first week; the bottom two photos are very recent so they are about 6 months)

A sad story lately has been in the news about a woman (Barbara Berger) who lives in Brighton Beach (a part of Brooklyn, NY) who has been hoarding cats for the last seven years.  She has 45.  She has been faced with an eviction notice to either get out or to get rid of her cats.  Luckily for her and the cats, BROOKLYN RESCUE UMBRELLA is to the rescue!!!  Josie and her wonderful team have been taking the cats in groups to the vet and making sure they are spayed, neutered, have all their shots, and any wounds or infections are being treated by the wonderful and kind Dr. Robinson.

These cats and kittens need your help!  Brooklyn Rescue Umbrella has teamed up with PETCO (2601 Stillwell Avenue (86th street) location in Brooklyn, NY).

The adoption fee to save one of these animals is just $50.

If you cannot adopt but would still like to help, you can donate:

  • donations for medical care: Dr. Robinson, 1951 Bath Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11223  (718-256-1900)
  • donations for cages Pet Delight, 300 kings Highway Brooklyn, NY 11223 (718-339-7800)
  • any veterinarians that can donate services for the cat with severe ear polyps please contact us at:  (347-586-1901)

For more information, or to adopt one of Barbara Berger’s cats, contact Josephine Marrero at Brooklyn.Rescue.Umbrella@gmail.com .

Here are a few photos of the kitties up for adoption (but there are many, MANY more):

I got to know Josie (Josephine Marrero) very well when I went through the adoption process for my two kittens.  I can tell you first hand that she is a wonderful woman who goes out of her way for the kindness of animals and people.  After having Hermione and Voldemort, we cannot imagine our lives before them.

If you can find it in your heart, please adopt a kitty <3.

And please, REBLOG so the word gets out!!

Thank you everyone and I hope you are having a great start to your week!!  What better way to start than with a new kitty cat :)!!

<3 Luv and I Do xxoo

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