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Chesapeake Feline Association
Our Guardian Angel program was established to help special need cats and kittens receive the care and attention they need before finding their new home. The program covers expenses associated with lab work, x-rays, biopsies, dentals and other diagnostic tests and non-routine procedures. Through our Guardian Angel Program, cats and kittens are treated for various infections and diseases like chronic health issues, FIV, FeLV and upper respiratory, as well as treatment of injuries such as broken legs, torn ligaments, physical therapy and more.
CFA tries its best to ensure many of our special needs cats and kittens can one day go to a forever home to be loved. We make sure they are in homes that can love and support special needs cats or kittens.
Some of these cats and kittens may need lifelong care and may never find the forever homes they need or long for due to the amount of care they require. They will spend the remainder of their days at our shelter in the loving care of our volunteers.
Donate to a specific cat that needs your help below, or make a general donation to the Guardian Angel Fund that will allow us to rescue and seek medical care for more injured and ill cats.
Whiskers is a handsome guy that lived outside before coming to CFA. Since then he has happily adjusted to a pampered life indoors. He is sweet but can be cranky at times. He would be a great cat for a family with older children or someone who just wants a chill cat to hang out with. Whiskers has hyperthyroidism and requires a daily dose of medication and periodic bloodwork to check his levels. As an older guy, arthritis is starting to set in.
Please consider being Whiskers' Guardian Angel.
Snickers has the cutest face and is a social butterfly. She’s a great cuddler and greets everyone she meets. She came to CFA after her owner passed away. Snickers is a diabetic and receives insulin twice a day and requires periodic bloodwork to ensure her levels are good.
Please consider being Snickers' Guardian Angel.
Hi, I'm Astro. I was a stray who befriended a very nice couple. Unfortunately, they had a dog who didn't like cats but they always looked out for me. People, what can I say, I love you all. I greet everyone who comes into my room at the shelter and get along great with other cats. I am feline immunodeficiency positive but don't let that stop you from adopting me.
Please consider being Astro's Guardian Angel.
Champ is a super sweet boy and loves people and to cuddle. He was born into a feral colony and lost a leg to a fox and was taken in. He is forever grateful and shows his appreciation every day. Although Champ has three legs, he gets around just fine and has no litter box issues. He gets along with cats and would do best in a home with older children due to his disability.
Please consider being Champ's Guardian Angel.
Thomas is a sweet and lovable boy who loves scratches. He may look rough but this guy has a big heart! Once he knows you are the keeper of head scratches, he will be your best friend forever. Although Thomas is feline immunodeficiency positive (FIV+), he still loves attention and will make a wonderful family cat. He is cat friendly and gets along with the other cats at the shelter. Come meet Thomas and you will meet your new best friend!
Please consider being Thomas' Guardian Angel.
The Guardian Angel Fund saves lives, ensures that cats (especially our seniors) and kittens are healthy and pain free, and improves their chances of finding good homes. As a restricted fund, Guardian Angel proceeds are designated exclusively for special medical expenses. You can donate to this fund and be assured your donation will go towards the cat and kitten's needing special care in this program.
Find the donation button below to donate towards the general Guardian Angel Fund.
*Any funds received in excess of an animal’s medical expenses will be directed to the general Guardian Angel Program Fund to help other cats and kittens in need.
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