Trying to find forever homes for homeless pets with the Animal Service League’s Pet of the Week featured every Friday during Fitz on Fickle 93.3! Here’s this week’s pet:
Soldier is one lucky dude! He was found in the early fall by a kind driver after he was hit by a car and left in the middle of the road. She scooped him up and took him to the nearest vet and called for rescue help. We were happy to step in and help this strong, brave guy, Soldier, which is how he got his most perfect name. Soldier was very lucky that most of his trauma was only to his face and he was not killed or left with permanent head damage. He was in pain for quite a few weeks, but with treatment and pain killers, he has made almost a 100% recovery. You will notice that Soldier does have permanent damage to his right eye. At his last check-up it was determined that they believe he still has vision in it, and that it was still healing on its own. Our vet was hopeful that he will not have to lose his eye and that his body will continue to repair it. Soldier is friendly, gentle and happy. He gets along fine with other cats and he loves to play and purr! He is content with a occasional chin scratch too! He is gray and white and handsome! Soldier is ready to move into a home where he can be safe forever since he was living on the streets for such a long time. Contact us for more information about him! www.animalserviceleagueny.org
As always, we invite you to visit our website for all things ASL and to view all of our adoptable pets at animalserviceleagueny.org. Please also follow our Facebook page!
ASL is proud to announce that all of our cats and kittens are now micro-chipped at the time of adoption, and your adoption donation fee includes a one year registration. A registered microchip is your pet’s best chance of being reunited with you when they are lost. If you are interested in having your dog or cat microchipped, please contact ASL.
Animal Service League encourages you to report animal cruelty and abuse when you see it to the Animal Cruelty Hotline at (585) 223-6500.
Please contact Animal Service League if you are interested in providing a loving home for any of the ASL’s. www.animalserviceleagueny.org