This is Little Nina.
We found her on the side of the road in Cleveland Ohio, covered in mud and getting splashed by cars. I picked her up with intentions of nursing her back to health. The vet was kind enough to give me a free exam, which was enough to tell me that she has a severe upper respiratory infection and extreme malnutrition. Her eyes were glued shit with yellow gunk when I found her. And the vet told me that she thought she was about 5 weeks old, but was the size of a 3 week old kitten.
We already have two cats, both of which are rescues. We have plans on keeping her, but this was such a surprise for us, we didn’t have time to budget in another cat. I was able to get a sample sized tube of antibiotics for her eyes, but she is going to need more very soon. And eventually she will need to be spayed.
I don’t want to have to give her up because we can’t afford to keep her. Nina has a gofundme account set up for her vet bills. Please send what ever you can afford. She would greatly appreciate the chance to survive and stay in a nice warm home.
I don’t have much to offer for rewards, but this blog will follow Nina’s journey as she grows into a healthy cat! If you leave your address with a donation, we will send you a picture of her (when she is plump and healthy!) and a thank you letter.
Nina thanks you for taking the time to read this post! And may karma bring the best of luck your way!
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To belittle, you have to be little.
Half of what I say is meaningless, but I say it so that the other half may reach you.
The voice of life in me cannot reach the ear of life in you; but let us talk that we may not feel lonely.
from SAND AND FOAM(via desnudaentusangre)
With the strength of our arms we lifted the columns of the temple, and upon our backs we carried the mortar
to build the great walls and the impregnable pyramids for the sake of glory. Until when shall we continue
building such magnificent palaces and living in wretched huts? Until when shall we continue filling the bins
of the rich with provisions, while sustaining weak life on dry morsels? Until when shall we continue weaving
silk and wool for our lords and masters while we wear naught except tattered swaddles?
Khalil Gibran, Spirits Rebellious
I found this quote to be very reminiscent of the plight of modern day migrant workers in places like the UAE, Qatar, Saudi, Bahrain, the US, Russia, and more.(via praeliator)
In one drop of water are found all the secrets of all the oceans; in one aspect of You are found all the aspects of existence.