Ginny, a petite brown tabby who is about four years old, entered NYC Animal Care & Control under extremely sad circumstance. Her and her fellow companion animals were left alone when their guardian died in their apartment, unbeknownst to anyone else.
Eventually, the New York Police Department contacted Animal Care & Control to come pick up the animals when the deceased man was found. Soon Ginny found her way into the Animal Care & Control system – terrified and separated from the only other animals and people she knew. Stressed and underweight from being improperly fed, she quickly picked up a (easily treatable) cold and was unceremoniously relegated to the kill list.
We knew we had to help Ginny get out of the shelter before being killed. We felt a very strong need to give her the opportunity for life’s tide to turn… so she too may be given a chance for a good life, in a stable home, with people who love her.
Ginny was taken to one of ECC’s volunteers home where she could recover from her stuffy nose and sore throat and get some much need love and rest. If you’re interested in adopting her after she is spayed and recovered, please contact us at: 1 (800) 880-2684 or EmptyCagesCollective@gmail.com Ginny is worth second, third, and fourth chances. Help us make it so she only needs one more chance to get to the good life.