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  1. Hello, Ive never done this before but i found a kitten in my front yard. After getting her out of the junipers i noticed she has a possible ruptured eye. I have fostered alot of kittens and found amazing homes for them but i have never had to take in a kitten with a ruptured eye. Is there any organizations who will help pay for the costs of getting her eye removed. I have 2 cats and a dog who i have recently had to take to the vet for various reasons and i do not make much money at my job. I just cannot see this sweet little kitten hurt anymore. Please help with some advice.
  2. All my cats are spayed and neutered as are my dogs. There are some community/colony/feral cats (4 or 5) I have been feeding on top of a shed in my backyard and I want to get them spayed and neutered but I cannot afford to since I do not work full time and have been in a training internship without pay. At least two of the cats have allowed me to pet them and one, a female has allowed me to hold her. Do you offer assistance for this? There is a Veterinarian out in Moreno Valley, CA (I live in Corona, CA) that my sister used for her cat Smokey (IMOM helped with his surgery 2 years ago) and his rates are very low only $25 for male cats and $35 for females. the additional fees would apply if cat is in heat or pregnant and I am not sure if there is an additional fee for ear tipping. Feline Heat $5.00 Feline Preg (1st stage)$25.00 Feline Preg (2nd stage)$50.00 Feline Preg (3rd stage)$150.00 and up Vaccinations for Cats FVRCP $12.50 FIP $18.50 LEUKOC $16.50 RABIES $9.50 This is the link to their service fees page. http://www.sunnymeadveterinaryclinic.com/services-morneo-valley-ca These aren't my cats but I know controlling the cat population is important as is their health. Please advise and thank you! The image below is of the female cat (she has beautiful blue eyes), she used to hiss at me and show her teeth and now she allows me to hold her. Update 10:29 PM, I was able to get a picture of the black male cat and also tonight was the first time I saw a baby kitty and I got a picture of him/her. I knew she had been nursing by the way her nipples looked but wasn't sure for how long. I am even thinking she is pregnant now. I also went to the store and bought a storage bin and made a cat house to place outside for her.