If you touch Valentino, you might spread the disease to other people. Valentino has terrible sarcoptic mange, making him almost untouchable out of fear of spreading the infection.
This is so bad that his eyes are effectively shut, and his fur is covered in dirt.
SARS can be spread to humans and cats, so he was kept apart and alone.
On the other hand, Elaine Seamans took it upon herself to break this touch barrier when she heard him faintly call for help as she passed by, so she did.
When she saw him, she couldn’t help but feel sorry for him, even though she might get manage herself. She took him out of his cage and hugged him.
Give your friend, Toby Wisneski of Leave no Paws Behind, a call. Elaine still had the cat in her arms.
Over the weekend, he agreed to pick up the cat so he could go to the vet.
His treatment began right away, and Wisneski had nothing but good things about Valentino.
“He couldn’t move or see. Then God must love him because he fights. Everyone loves him and wants to protect him.
As long as he stays healthy, he should be able to get better soon.
People around him help him out for now.