Friday, July 10, 2009

Fospice Program Gives Cats a Second Chance



In keeping with Barbara Kohn's 3 -part series about the SF/SPCA on we are pleased to link you to a really great article about our FOSPICE Program.

"Yo is one cat that knows what he likes. That would include both movie time and bedtime sleeping with his human companion Vaughn Korbin, a San Francisco family law attorney. One might not consider any of these activities out of the ordinary for a cat, especially an orange tabby like Yo, which are known to be highly friendly and affectionate. But Yo isn’t an ordinary cat. This almost 13 year-old, very handsome boy suffers from liver cancer and how much longer Yo will enjoy the care and comfort of life with Korbin is uncertain. Yo is part of a very unique Fospice or “foster hospice’ program of The San Francisco SPCA that gives older, terminally ill cats like Yo a caring, quality environment during their final months."

Read more by clicking the link below:

Terminally ill cats get a second chance with The San Francisco SPCA Fospice program

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