Once upon a time there was a colony of feral cats. Their caretaker became very ill and was hospitalized. That means there was nobody to feed and look after them. They all went downhill rather quickly despite all attempts to help them. There was one little fellow who ended up in a trap. A little, little one. This is his story, the story of Tiny Tim.
Little Tiny Tim was trapped as a part of feral colony and is hoping beyond hope that the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come will be kinder to him. Tiny Tim has an enormous belly that would remind you of the images of starving African children that you see on television. But his belly was full of worms and he is being treated. His little ribs show and his backbone is very prominent. Tiny time has a severe UTI and a horrible eye infection that caused his eye to pop out resulting in the loss of that eye. His other eye seems fine.
Tiny Tim is very tiny and weighs in at only 3 pounds. He has all of his adult teeth so it is estimated that he is between 6 to 9 months only. Tiny Tim remains extremely tiny, small like a pygmy.
Tiny time was saved, but only for long enough to see if we can find him a home. There are not enough funds to keep him for long and there is just no place for a teeny tiny one eyed Tiny Tim to go. So once again, we are pleading with you to help us find a forever home for dear Tiny Tim, in the spirit of Christmas Yet to Come.
Tiny Tim is just the sweetest boy. How sweet you might ask? Pick him up and little Tiny Tim becomes a magical purring machine. Tiny Time LOVES to be held, and when you put him down and away in his cage (he is quarantined in the Vet’s bathroom), Tiny Tim cries, and will cry and cry until you go pick him up and love on him again. Tiny Tim is lonely and all he wants is that elusive thing called home. Tiny Tim wants to live, but he needs your help, now.
We need you to help us find Tiny Tim a home. We will be happy to arrange transportation, while nothing is off the table, obviously, the closer the better. We will also be most happy to raise funds for any immediate medical care for Tiny Tim.
Share, share, share Tiny Tim, then share him again. Contact us at terry (at) foreverhomewanted (dot) com if you can help.