Update: Abys in Need in NSW, Australia

There’s more news on those poor Abys in Australia that I posted about last week. This was posted in the Abyssinian Cat Club on Facebook this morning:

“Time here is 3.45pm Wednesday 12 Feb.


Photo by Jo Lyons Photography

Hi All, the two Abys are safe…They are still in the shelter whilst transport is being arranged which should take place at the end of this week. Cat Rescue has currently received three donations equalling AUD $180.00 and there was a donation of $25.00 this morning which has not as yet been identified as being for these two babies. It is important if you donate that you send an email through as previously advised so that they can identify the funds as being for the Abys.

The tawny definitely needs eye removal (Just like Angel!) as advised by the vet associated with the rescue group. They both need full vet work and the eye removal. Cat Rescue has advised they need at least another $500.00 to come in to assist with all these costs.

I am asking those who read this and would like to donate, could they please do so via the links provided.

I will be kept informed as these two progress and be provided photos when available which I will share with you all. There are additional photos of the silver which was taken by a rescue worker that attended the shelter to look at them.” The silver Aby is the one that looked like a fawn in the original post; it looks as though he may be a chocolate silver though as he looks brown rather than black.

If you want to make a donation for the Abys using Paypal, you may do so using this link. Then send an email to fostering@catrescue.com.au so they know to allocate your donation towards the Abys’ care.

And now…here’s a video of the pair in the shelter, featuring the ruddy…who, despite his ordeal, is a sweet, lovey, cuddlebug!

Isn’t he adorable!? He reminds me so much of Jacoby it hurts.

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