Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Sunny's Bright Future

Have you been watching the total climb? We're having a great day today, and we're only $1080 away from completing Cynthia's generous $5000 match! And it's ALL going towards our Senior Cat Fund today! It's clear that we all have a soft spot for the Seniors. THANK YOU for being so generous and helping this special population out!

I always love a good adoption tale, especially when it has such a happy outcome like it did for Sunny. Thank you so much, Claudia, for sharing her sweet story with us today!

Everyone, I would like you to meet Sunny:

Sunny was ready for some stability for her senior years. When her longtime owner passed away a family friend took Sunny in, and things were going great for a time, but then Sunny’s new friend had to move to a nursing home. 

Left behind, friends and family were working together to check on Sunny and make sure she had the basics like food and water. But Sunny wanted what all cats want; a home with someone she could call her own, and a lap to cuddle up on. 

Realizing it was time for some help a family member brought Sunny to the Humane Society. It was definitely the right thing to do. The shelter is committed to Making Happy Happen for every healthy animal. Despite missing a few teeth Sunny passed her initial health exam and soon became available for adoption. Senior cats take an average of 8 days to get adopted, but it only took this beautiful orange tabby two days to find her new home! 

Within minutes Sunny’s new mom just knew she would make a wonderful companion and couldn’t wait to take her home. Fortunately, the Humane Society is there to help transition these precious cats from one owner to the next. 

I'm so happy that after such a rough patch things really turned around for Sunny! Her future is so bright!

To help Senior Cats like Sunny, please consider making a donation today! All that we raise until 7:00 AM tomorrow (Pacific Time) will help build our Senior Cat Fund. To make your tax-deductable donation, please visit our FUNdraising page.



  1. One thing I try never to forget: even 'though we do the FUNdraiser once a year, the work of the Humane Society -- the work we want to support -- goes on every single day. I'm so grateful to the HS and to the IBKC for making this work possible!



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