It’s been two weeks since the cherry animal cross had its last feedings.
The cats, which roam free in a community of more than 10,000, have been struggling to eat.
They are starving.
One cat has been sick for days, suffering from pneumonia and pneumonia-like symptoms.
Another cat, with the help of her owner, was taken to the vet on Friday.
The cat was given a blood transfusion, but the vet believes she will need more.
The animals’ owner, the cat’s owner, and the community are now working together to find a solution.
There are so many challenges they say.
So far, it has been a very hard time for us.
They have been in a really rough situation, she said.
The community has been very supportive of the cat.
It’s very sad.
They want to help us.
It would be so good to help them.
And so far, I think the cats have been doing well.
But, I know, it’s very tough for us, she continued.
You see how it’s going, I guess, to be on their side.
And they’re doing well, and we are doing well on their behalf.
She said the community is doing well as well.
They’ve been kind and they’ve been helpful, she added.
“We’ve been doing good.”
But there’s a lot of challenges, the owner said.
They’re getting food, they’re getting medicine.
But it’s tough, and it’s not good.
They know it, but they don’t want to say it, she told CBC News.
We know we have to get the cats back.
The owner of the cats, Stephanie, says the community has come together to help the animals.
She has put up flyers and posted a picture of a cherry tree, a place where the animals can go for food.
And she said that they are now in a very happy place, surrounded by trees.
“I’m very happy, it feels good,” Stephanie said.
Stephanie said she and her family are in good spirits.
They don’t know how long the cats will stay, and they are trying to make the best of it.
“It’s just a sad situation for us.”
It is not the first time a cherry cross has had its feedings disrupted by bad weather.
Last year, a cherry cat was taken from the community.
It is one of three cat crosses in the area that are at risk of being lost, and has been unable to feed.
“Cherry cats are a very small population in the community,” said Stephanie.
“And we’re very close to the border, so we’re able to have a lot more food,” she said, adding that the cats do have plenty of food to eat, as well as fresh water.
But the owner of one of the animals is worried.
“This year, we’ve had some storms, and water is leaking in our drains, and I don’t think they have food,” said the owner, who asked not to be identified.
She also said the cats are suffering from parasites.
And her concern is the cats could die if the rains don’t stop.
“So far, the cats don’t seem to be eating, but it could be that there is an infection in their stomach, so they may be starving to death,” she added, adding there is a high possibility that the animals could be infected with the disease.