6-week old Callista’s days of being holed up in a wall are over. Seeing the light of day is a common occurrence for her now. At least out of one eye.
When a construction worker found this tiny girl alone and trapped in a wall, the upper respiratory infection she was suffering from had caused her eye to swell to the size of a golf ball. With your help, she became one of the 25 kittens this year alone to be treated for this deadly yet highly treatable infection.
Motherless kittens like Callista are highly susceptible to upper respiratory infections and, in many cases, they are euthanized because its too costly and time consuming to save them. Because of people like you who help fund PAWS efforts, that will never be the case here.
Together, imagine how much more we can do!
Make a one time or recurring online donation or mail a check to PAWS at 455 F. Edward Hebert Blvd, Belle Chasse, LA 70037.
Callista’s progress in photos.