South San Francisco, CA January 12, 2017 By Alyssa San Juan
PREFACE: Alyssa wrote on our FB page how desperate she is feeling as she works to find a new home for her Grandmother’s cat – she writes “Hello, if you could please take a look at this link, I am in desperate need to find a loving home for my grandmothers cat, I posted it on my page, so it may sound and include personal things, but I wanted to share it with others as well. Thank you.” If you could provide a forever home for Rambo please contact Alyssa at email@example.com
Dear Family and Friends,
It breaks my heart writing this, but it is something that I need to get out there. As you may know we have been caring for my grandmother Rosita’s cat, Rambo. Rambo was her baby, he was by her side from the day she rescued him, he was her everything. He is such a sweet and loving beautiful cat who wants nothing but love and affection.
Since my grandmother has passed it has become difficult for us to care for him, for we have two little pups who just will not accept him, making it unsafe to let him roam around the house freely, and sadly with our schedules he has had to spend most of the days inside the room alone. We have been trying to find him another loving home but it has been very difficult, if you can or know of anyone who is willing to take in this loving baby Rambo, it would be amazing.
However, if a loving home cannot be found, unfortunately our last option will be to give him to a shelter, and if you know me, you know that I am a pet lover and that is something I never imagined I would have to do. In about three weeks I will be induced, which has caught us at surprise and are now in desperate need to find the loving home as soon as possible.
Already struggling to care for him, with a new born right around the corner it will only be more difficult to give him the love and care he deserves, which means if he is not rehomed to a loving family soon we will need to bring him to the shelter. Again, my heart breaks writing this and just keeps breaking more and more each day just thinking about it, if anyone could please help me out to find him a loving home I would be very thankful.
Please feel free to help by spreading this message and sharing my post.
This post was followed by a question posed by neighbor Carey Wykoff “How old is he? How is he with other animals? Is he strictly an indoor cat?” to which Alyssa responded “Hello, thank you so much for responding. He is around 8 or 9. I know that he will get along with dogs, as I have two small breed dogs which he doesn’t mind to be around, when my grandmother was living on her own she would feed other cats and Rambo would not mind that either, so I am assuming he does get along with other cats. He is a very sweet cat. Yes, I do believe he is only an indoor cat.”