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Archive: July 2016

Featured Pet: Penny

Penny

“Hello! My name is Penny. I like to talk to my foster parents to let them what I need and I am very smart I’m a very sweet, calm lady and like to connect with people. I’m also brave and curious about the world. I love to be loved especially with a good head rub. […]

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Featured Volunteer: Lisa

Lisa is reading up on the skills needed to foster kittens.

Q: What is your professional background? A: I have worked for the state of Wisconsin for the past 15 years in human resources Q: How long have you been volunteering for Angel’s Wish? A: I became a volunteer in November 2015 Q: Why did you choose Angel’s Wish? A: When I moved to Madison 6 […]

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Happy Ending: Trillium (formerly Annie)

Trillium

Annie was rescued by Melissa, one of our dedicated foster moms, last autumn. She was a very lucky kitty to be found when she was. We discovered that she had a severe break in her left back leg. It was so damaged that her leg could not be saved. Thanks to the generosity of numerous […]

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Kittens are best in pairs

Two kittens cuddling

Interested in adopting a kitten and don’t already have a feline at home? A single kitten can be a handful! They have lots of energy. A kitten will want much of your time and attention. If they haven’t expended energy during the day, they want to play all night. If you don’t have the time or […]

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Plethora of kittens

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What is a plethora? Some definitions would be surplus, superabundance, profusion, and lots of kittens. The kittens pictured above are just a few of the over 150 kittens that we have in our foster homes right now. From left to right – Lucky Lucy, Skip, Trek, Milo, Martini, Ginny Weasley, and Carrie Anne are either […]

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Learn more about declawing

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  Declawing is a serious surgery for cats that goes beyond just removing the claws; it is the amputation of ten toes with long-term implications for the health and behavior of the cat. Dr. Christianne Schelling says this: Declawing is not like a manicure. It is serious surgery. Your cat’s claw is not a toenail. […]

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Happy Ending: Orion (f/k/a Diesel)

Orion taking a nap

“As promised, here is an update on how our Orion is doing. In the last ten days we have found out he is the perfect companion pet. He would cuddle every minute of every day, and he loves to play. He even ignores his food if you are offering to give him a lap instead. Skylar […]

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