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Sharon198

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Review for Save Cats and Obliterate Overpopulation, Cincinnati, OH, USA

Rating: 5 stars  

In March 2016, I had been feeding a stray b/w tuxedo cat. One day she returned with her mouth badly damaged and injured. Rescuers came to help trap Sweetie, and SCOOP had Sweetie taken to Dr. Jaax, veteranian. They succeeded in surgery with fixing her mouth and Sweetie stayed at SCOOP to recover and become a resident due to complications. Sweetie delivered a tiny kitten a month later surgery, and SCOOP hand bottle fed her, and Dr. Jaax checked her baby out, later named Jaax. To this day, both remain at SCOOP pet sanctuary under watchful care. Can't say enough about what SCOOP did for Sweetie, and Jaax!

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Review for Save Cats and Obliterate Overpopulation, Cincinnati, OH, USA

Rating: 5 stars  

SCOOP volunteers helped trap in March, 2016, in Hamilton, OH, an injured stray, Sweetie, that I had been feeding for two months prior. Upon her missing a day, she returned with mouth injuries, unable to eat. I sought help, whereas other rescuers tried, she eluded them for 5 days, although she returned daily to me. The volunteers grouped together, caught her on March 23 and rushed her to a vet. SCOOP paid her medical care, extensive mouth surgery, helping save her life. The Pet Sanctuary cared non-stop for her, through her recovery and setbacks. The end of April, a surprise to all, she gave birth to a very small kitten, Jaax, that was bottle fed and didn't know if she'd survive, being Sweetie couldn't nurse her. Sweetie endured a follow up surgery on her mouth. Now, she is doing really well, and Jaax is small, but healthy kitten. If it wasn't for them, Sweetie may not be alive if another vet would have given her that chance. I can't thank them enough. They remain in SCOOPs care. They've also covered vet bills for an independent rescuer for injured/sick stray cats/kittens. Their service, albeit, a love to help animals, is a huge help in Butler County, as well.

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