WARNING – This video is NOT for everybody. Kids, please watch this one with your parents. If you have a weak stomach, skip the medical part and hop to the happy ending 🥰

Peggy was absolutely going to die from a terrible infection, but luckily, an employee at this chemical plant knew that #HopeForPaws can save her life. JoAnn Wiltz and Katie McKittrick headed over and bravely handled the situation so well!!!

The medical part is tough to watch… a broken leg, maggot, infection, and the surgery. We left this one kind of raw because we want you to understand the challenges we deal with doing this rescue work, and we wanted to show what the donations our supporters are giving are paying for.

We LOVE what we do and we want to do more – much more! I really want to grow our team and for that, I need to ask more of you who are not members yet to join us and help us save these lives: https://www.HopeForPaws.org

There are so many ways to help us, so please visit our website and learn more.

Meanwhile, Peggy still needs your help with finding a loving forever home ❤️

If you would like to adopt her, please visit our friends at Kitty Bungalow who offered to foster her: https://www.KittyBungalow.org

If you know someone who might be interested in adopting a tripod cat, please share the video with them.

Thank you so much!!!

Eldad

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