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Published on May 4, 2012
A letter to the staff and volunteers Katie's Place Cat Shelter in Maple Ridge, BC, from Cashmere, an epileptic cat, who had been at the shelter for 2 years. No one wanted a special needs cat. This video shows her progress over her first 4 months at a new home. She is alert and happy, and is pretty much a normal cat, other than having to take a pill twice a day. I spent a lot of time with her while I was recovering from knee replacement surgery, and wanted to let Katie's Place know how she was doing. But this letter could be from any adopted cat to any shelter. I hope it will help people make the decision to adopt a hard to place animal, and to realize that they will blossom if they only have a person to love. Katie's Place is a wonderful no kill shelter, and the people there won't give up on their animals, giving them a place to live out their lives. Even if you can't adopt and give an animal a new life, please consider donating either money, or time. Even a small amount will help these animals so much.