A Non-Profit (501c3) All Cat Rescue Organization Bergen county, New Jersey

2020 Rescue stories

ORZO

STITCH

HARRY

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Orzo was saved from the Brooklyn ACC as he was about to be euthanized because he was found critically ill and required around the clock vet care.  He ended up with a serious virus called calici. After weeks of care, Orzo has made a full recovery!

HARRY

STITCH

HARRY

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Harry was saved from the Staten Island ACC at 6 weeks of age.  Harry ended up needing surgery for a congenital eye condition called entropy. Harry had the corrective surgery for this condition in February 2020 and has recovered beautifully!

STITCH

STITCH

STITCH

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Stitch was surrendered to us when his owner sadly passed away. Stitch has been diagnosed with heart and gum disease. Stitch required a full extraction of all of his teeth to control a painful condition called stomatitis (ulcers of the mouth)

WOOZLE

WOOZLE

STITCH

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Woozle was rescued from the Manhattan ACC when she was found with a major fracture to her hind leg.  Woozle required 8-10 weeks of  "cage rest" with a cast to heal the fracture.  She is ready for adoption!

LUNA

WOOZLE

DAISY

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Luna another Manhattan ACC rescue that was at risk for euthanasia when she became very ill at the shelter.  She required a feeding tube and other critical care.  Luna made a full recovery and is ready for adoption!

DAISY

WOOZLE

DAISY

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Daisy was rescued before she was euthanized due to catching a common kitty cold in the shelter.  She was also quite stressed in the shelter and showed signs of aggression to the ACC staff. Yet, she actually is a very sweet kitty!