Alive and Well

Alive and Well

CATS Bridge to Rescue has heard that some of our new and former customers have been going to the wrong location when trying to visit us and are being referred to a rescue located outside of OUR local community.

We would like to let you know that CATS Bridge to Rescue is “Alive and Well” and located where it has always been-in the back of the building complex – Suite #4. Our main entrance is on Somerton Road.

We aren’t associated with the clinic located in the front of the building but we can provide your furry friends with low cost veterinary care through our own veterinary services.

When you support CATS Bridge to Rescue you are supporting our local and surrounding communities!

If you don’t see the CATS Bridge to Rescue sign on the front door – you’re at the wrong place!

 

 

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Let Us Introduce a Very Special Cat Named Clink

A very special kittie

Clink was brought to the our rescue as a baby.  He was surrendered with a very severe eye infection in both eyes. He was very lucky to be brought to CATS Bridge because we are truly a " no kill rescue."  Some organizations claim they are "no kill" and state  they do not euthanize "healthy" animals.

However, if you read between the lines, what that may mean is that if the animal is brought in and is deemed "ill" there is a good chance they may be euthanized.

Clink was loved and cared for by all the volunteers and given wonderful medical care.  Although we were able to save one of Clink's eyes, the vet deemed he would have to lose the other.

We were all very sad, but Clink did not and does not waste time feeling sorry for himself.

The most heart warming part of Clink's story is where the best in "human nature" came into play.

The students at the Watson T. Comly School heard of Clink's plight and understood the importance of Clink receiving his much needed eye surgery.

The students have a monthly "dress down" day and they choose a charity to donate the monies raised. The students decided to choose CATS Bridge to Rescue "-Clinks Cause" for their monthly donation.

The students donated $2.00 each to be able to participate in "dress down" day and the monies collected were enough to pay for Clink's eye surgery. Isn't that just wonderful!!

Because of these students, Clink had successful eye surgery and is finally ready to be adopted!!

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April’s Petco Adoption Event – Feasterville PA

Discover Love on Saturday, April 1 and Sunday, April 2!

Join us at the Petco in Feasterville

Discover Love

 



 

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Dinner Tonight?

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Petco Adoption Event – Love Changes Everything!

Petco Event Love Changes Everything

CATS Bridge to Rescue will be at the Petco in Feasterville, PA for the March Grand "Adopt at Petco" event on Saturday, March 4 and Sunday, March 5.

Come see how love changes everything with one of our adoptable cats.



 

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Texas Roadhouse Fundraiser

Join CBTR at our latest fundraiser and help support our kitties!🐾
We have several kitties that need medical procedures prior to being put up for adoption. We plan on using the funds raised to help offset the vet bills.
You can use a PRINT OUT or PHONE COPY of this flyer. 🐾 We will have raffles and items for sale!

Let's all support this fundraiser so these special kitties can find their forever homes!!

Texas Roadhouse's menu offers Hand-Cut Steaks, Fall-Off-The-Bone Ribs, Made-From-Scratch Sides, and Fresh-Baked Bread. If you want an Ice Cold Beer or Legendary Margarita to wash it all down — well, they have those, too.

You can get directions to the Bensalem Texas Roadhouse  using this link.

Texas Roadhouse combines large portions and great value to give you Legendary food at a reasonable price. 

Texas Roadhouse has an online interactive menu so you can plan your meal ahead of time

If you're not able to make it to the event, consider a donation to support our rescue.

Texas Roadhouse in Bensalem


 

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Our Fabulous Fab

We are thrilled to announce that our special baby "Fab" was adopted last week!! 

Fab was one of our "special needs" kitties who became sick at a very young age and although she did recover, she now has a neurological condition commonly known as Cerebella Hypoplasia or (CH).

The video below shows our Fab while she was sick.  

Our volunteers worked diligently to keep her alive.

Today, Fab is thriving!

We want to thank her adoptive family for giving a "special needs" kittie a  loving, forever home. She is going to be so spoiled!

We love happy endings!!



 

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