Wish Upon A Paw
March 4, 2012
This last December Natalie at WISH helped me with all my 200 questions relating to a stray(AKA Parker) that was found outside in the cold WI December(Friday night) weather. Parker was nothing but a lover boy to myself and two other people that actually found him and brought him to me. I was able to keep him comfy in the bathroom of a vacant apartment for a few days at least.(Perk of my job as a Property Manager). On Monday I took Parker in and Wish gave him the normal once over for FeLV/FIV,distemper booster and treatment for the not so pleasant worms. At first it was thought he had a foster home, but due to many contributing factors he did not. I was out of mind trying to find a foster home for him but that wasn't happening. I was not considering fostering him because, of my 14 year old 6.8lb Black cat(kid) who has medical issues and well she is all I know and I am all she knows. So really I did not want to do anything that would risk my baby physically but especially emotionally, and there for the reason for 200 question to WISH and Kitty's CVT Jennifer at Fox Valley Cat Clinic. But at the end of the week I picked Parker up and he is now in my home(apt) temporarily. Wish upon a paw is wonderful in every way,personally and professionally they ROCK! Oh, and their video's on youtube are certainly something to see and share as well. I certainly would recommend and advocate for Wish upon a Paw any time. Thank you Amee D
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I heard of WISH from my Jennifer at Fox Valley Cat Clinic Menasha WI
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