пятница, 18 октября 2019 year

Feldman Ecopark Good Home Rehabilitates Special Cats

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Cats with special needs undergo rehabilitation in the Centre for Wild, Exotic and Domestic Animals Rescue “Feldman Ecopark Good Home.” They have seriously damaged musculoskeletal systems caused by humans. They are not able to walk without assistance and therefore they need constant care and special means to move.

“A cat named Myshka was brought to us from Sakhnovshchyna – she was pregnant and had gunshot wounds. There was no chance to rescue the kittens, while our veterinarians made everything possible to save her from death. Because of the bullet that damaged a spine Myshka’s hind legs will always remain immobile. The volunteers have created a special ‘wheelchair’ for the cat – two wheels with a fixation. This device makes the special four-legged creatures feel themselves relatively sound,” the head of Feldman Ecopark Good Home Iryna Podvoiska told. “Two our residents more cannot live without these ‘wheelchairs’ as well – little Bianka, knocked down by a car, and six-year-old Murzik, abandoned helpless by its careless owners. We make everything possible to rehabilitate these unfortunate fluffy animals and we don’t lose hope to find new families for them.”

According to Iryna Podvoiska, Good Home will be glad to give these special cats to trustworthy and responsible people. They will be definitely rewarded with the real devotion and the most sincere love demonstrated by the living creatures.

It should be reminded that the Centre for Wild, Exotic and Domestic Animals Rescue “Feldman Ecopark Good Home” deals with animal protection since 2010. Its main tasks are to rescue animals from cruel treatment, to help wounded and troubled animals, to reduce the number of stray animals with the use of humane methods. Since its establishment, the Centre rescued more than 6,000 wild animals and found new owners to nearly 22,000 pets. The project is implemented under the auspices of the International Charitable Foundation “Oleksandr Feldman Foundation.”