Pumpkin was a sweet senior feline who, at the age of 14, was experiencing difficulties when his elderly owner was forced to surrender him. As a result, he ended up at a shelter in Manhattan – a common occurrence for older people who are struggling with their health or have lost their homes. It must have been devastating for Pumpkin’s owner to give up their beloved pet, but thankfully, rescuers were able to step in and prevent Pumpkin from being euthanized.
Pumpkin, a 14-year-old cat, was surrendered by his elderly owner to receive palliative care in a fospice home in Manhattan, New York. Despite his scruffy appearance and health issues, Pumpkin was described as sweet as pumpkin pie and full of love. Timber’s Legacy, the rescue organization that took Pumpkin in, believes that he deserves to spend his remaining time in a loving home. The rescuers found Pumpkin in the Manhattan Care Center, where they noticed his matted hair and various health concerns. However, the neglect was unintentional, as Pumpkin’s elderly owner also had medical issues and could no longer care for him.
According to Timber’s Legacy, Pumpkin’s previous owner was an elderly individual who had to give him up due to their own medical issues. It seems that the owner was unable to provide proper care for Pumpkin, but it was not a deliberate act of neglect. Pumpkin, who is 14 years old, has been placed in a fospice home in Manhattan, New York, where he will receive palliative care. Video footage of Pumpkin at the shelter was shared by volunteers in the area.
According to Evelyne, who rescued him, Pumpkin may be scruffy and underweight, but he has an abundance of affection to shower on people. With his pleasant demeanor and love of companionship, he is an absolute delight. Evelyne even compared him to a sweet pumpkin pie. When the rescue group Timber’s Legacy took him out of the shelter, the volunteers were thrilled, and many people online expressed their interest in caring for him as well.
Pumpkin’s Future is Bright
This chubby cat named Pumpkin was definitely a sweetheart, but he had some health problems that required urgent care. However, the rescuers took him to an amazing vet who immediately fell in love with him.
According to the report, the vet said that Pumpkin was very affectionate and enjoyed being petted. Additionally, he would rub his head against his rescuers or purr loudly if he was happy. The vet even had some trouble hearing Pumpkin’s heartbeat because he was purring so loudly!
Timber’s Legacy, a non-profit organization that rescues senior cats in Manhattan, New York and Queens, recently took in a senior cat with badly matted hair. Despite all his health issues, the cat remained affectionate, which is a common trait among senior rescued cats. The cat, named Pumpkin, was found dehydrated, underweight, and with muscle wasting, as well as suffering from an upper respiratory infection, ear infection, and ear mites. He also had moderate dental disease and elevated kidney values. After receiving treatment for his conditions, he was kept in quarantine until he could be safely released to his amazing foster home. Timber’s Legacy is dedicated to ensuring that Pumpkin has the best golden years of his life without ever wanting for anything.
Pumpkin was lucky to find a wonderful fospice home where he could receive the love and care he needed. In just one month, his health improved significantly and he looked like a new, distinguished gentleman without his matted fur. He quickly made friends with everyone in his foster home. Although at his age, the rescue thought that his stay might be long-term, it seems that Pumpkin is doing remarkably well and his fur has become a brighter shade of orange already!
This adorable feline seems to be in need of fospice care to ensure a comfortable and affectionate remaining time. However, with adequate attention to his nutrition, hydration, and general well-being, Pumpkin may experience some signs of improvement. It must have been challenging for an elderly individual with an illness to take care of a pet. Pumpkin deserves to relish the coziness of a home and still has plenty of love to offer to his caretakers. Fortunately, due to donations from generous individuals, Pumpkin’s foster family can now attend to his veterinary needs without any financial burden. After receiving proper medical care, Pumpkin appears to be feeling much better.
Pumpkin, the adorable cat, has finally found his foster home and he seems to have adjusted quite well. He’s already made friends with the other furry companions in the house and is enjoying everyone’s company. Thankfully, his kidney values have stabilized now that he’s eating regularly and is no longer dehydrated. We are extremely grateful to everyone who has supported Pumpkin on his journey so far. Without your help and generosity, this would not have been possible. It truly takes a village to make a difference, and we’re glad to be a part of it.