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Coming In January...

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We are planning or yearly calendar! This year we are getting the public involved. Send us a picture of your cat dressed in the theme of that month. Your  kitty may dress in a party outfit for January or a Mardi Gras outfit for February. The public will then vote for on the best for that month. The winner for that month will be featured in the new calendar!


Pet Pictures With Santa

After A Two-Year Hiatus

Is Back!!

Saturday, December 9th
Central Hospital For Veterinary Medicine
4 Devine Street in North Haven
11:00a - 4:00p

Each print is $10


Street's Story

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Gizmo & Street

Street came to us in 2009 from a feral colony in Hamden, Connecticut when a good Samaritan contacted The Purr Project about a big cat in the colony whose eye was infected shut. Although we do help individuals and other organizations maintain feral colonies, we rarely accept feral cats into our program. 10 minutes after meeting this cat we knew that he would be an exception to this rule.

He was about a year old, was an absolute mess, as shy as can be, but had the heart of a lion and the disposition of a dove. He didn't seem feral at all. Obviously, someone abandoned him in the woods where this colony lived.We named him “Street”, for his toughness.

The next step was to get him cleaned up and stable - especially his left eye - which did not seem terribly infected but something was obviously amiss. Uh-oh, what’s this? This looks like ringworm! Just great! So his first visit was to the dermatologist – and yes, it was ringworm. Next, was months in the isolation ward, weekly sulfur baths, and doses of specialized medicine to get rid of the ringworm. Of course this story is much too simple as 13 other cats and 3 volunteers were also infected!!


While in isolation, Street developed a particular bond with Gizmo – another 1-year-old male cat - they truly became best buds.


After 4 months in isolation and more than $3,000 in medications and testing for all 14 cats, it was finally off to the ophthalmology specialist in Norwalk, CT. Fortunately, the eye wasn’t infected but was just severely underdeveloped.


Eventually, the underdeveloped eye was removed and Street blossomed into a big, handsome, kitty who did just fine. After a few weeks, Street and his best buddy Gizmo became brothers as they were adopted together by a true cat lover where they are still together today!

Others Like Street Are Depending On YOUR Generosity... Donate Today

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Visit The Kool Kat Store where you can buy and customize Purr Project Merchandise. All proceeds go to the care of our cubs

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