I just went through a similar experience with a 3-year old rescue. I was able to get her surgery to have a walnut-sized tumor removed only due to the generosity of others. God bless Ronaldo and his caregivers and fosters. ❤
Poor Ronaldo! He came off the streets and was adjusting to life in a home when we received some upsetting medical news.
Ronaldo is a 2 year old cat that was trapped in a Trap-Neuter-Release program for feral cats in Clinton, Massachusetts. Ronaldo was neutered and vaccinated, but he seemed way too friendly to be happy outdoors. He may look like a tough, feral tom cat, but under that gruff exterior is a heart of mush!
Ronaldo entered foster care with BCR Foster Volunteers Andrew and Kristen. He was pretty shy at first, hiding under the futon and only coming out for Kristen with some coaxing. Over the course of several days, Ronaldo started to warm up and learn that chin scratches and treats are totally worth the hype! His battle scars from life on the streets are fading…
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