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Ginger Haycox
I'm a refugee...
Posted January 22, 2014 by Ginger Haycox
Well, okay that might be a little melodramatic, but I made my way here from another sinking site so that's sort of like a refugee...isn't it? yes

It seems funny/sad starting all over again after being at another place for 8 years. But we're up for it. We'll make mistakes...already have in fact with our name, but the sky isn't falling & we will go on.

I am the mommy of 6 wonderfully gorgeous kits. Five boys & one very spoiled little girl. We hope to find old friends & make new ones here at Cathugger. Be prepared to be bombarded with questions tho' as we try to figure out how to get everything done here. We're looking forward to hearing from other cats too!!!
Oh! BTW, our names are, from oldest to youngest, Darius, Spencer, Trey, Milo, Murray & Dharma!
Spencer gets to be the profile pic right now because he's a miracle!
Jessie Gardiner
Help Ginger
Posted February 3, 2013 by Jessie Gardiner
HELP GINGER



Meet our family cat Ginger (12 years old). She is a very bright light in our lives and has wedged her extremely happy and derpy personality in our hearts. Ginger has been treated for kidney disease since the summer 2012, but unfortunately she had been showing signs of extreme stress and anxiety. We brought her to the Emergency and they discovered that she had a tumor on her kidney. This had been causing an excess of red blood cells and drastically low blood sugar. From there we only had two choices - either surgery to remove both the tumor and its host kidney or euthanasia. We just couldn’t go with the euthanasia path so we decided to proceed with the surgery. Fortunately, she has already successfully undergone the procedure, however it’s very expensive! The Gardiner Family is graciously and humbly asking for your help.

All of this money that we raise will of course go towards Ginger’s surgery and if we have any overflow we will be donating it to the Veterinary College (University of Saskatchewan) that has been taking amazing care of Ginger. The website to donate to is: http://www.gofundme.com/help-ginger. There you can also view updates of Ginger’s progress and check out some more pics of her.

Thank you so much for taking the time to read our story and for donating we very much appreciate it.

If you have any questions, please feel free to either comment on this blog post or email me: jessiegardiner@hotmail.com!
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