Rescue Journal

growing old is not for the weak.

Carol  ·  Nov. 18, 2018

I can't imagine being old, sick and alone..without a family, without a home.
I can't imagine crossing the path of an old, sick and homeless cat and not doing everything to help him that we possible can.

SAINTS welcomes Stanley, old, homeless and sick..but he is no longer alone. He has a family, an entire village to care for him now.
old, sick and homeless did not mean he was worthless..all it meant was that he needed some help.
Stanley survived as a stray, old and alone out on the streets, that took strength.
He can rest now, he is safe.


shelagh f

still has a long way to go, but big improvement in a week.
looked much brighter, still terribly skinny, but eating well


Hi Donna! Stanley is safe and warm and being well cared for. It'll take time to get his diabetes under control but he's getting there. He's been feeling crappy for a really long time.

shelagh f

i had the pleasure of meeting stanley today, what a wreck,
but hopefully with the usual Saints tlc he will improve. he
had to have a bath, and i blow dried him, he just sat so still
and the look on his face was priceless. he is just skin and
bones, but he looked like he had died and gone to heaven.
he went to the vet after that, hopefully he thinks they are nice
if he pulls thru, he is going to be a really nice cat.


Precious Stanley---Welcome to Saints,your heaven on earth.
Wish I could hold you and tell you how much you are loved!!