Rallye Fund helps another tuxedo kitten

Before there was Clefton, among the kitties helped by the Rallye Fund was Daisey, who came to ACAT as a seriously impaired kitten September of 2013. No one is sure if Daisey was injured, or if it was a birth defect — the kitty equivalent of a hair lip. Like Rallye, Daisey’s oral condition would have, according to the vets, greatly impacted her quality of life.

Thanks to Rallye Fund monies, ACAT was able to pay for surgery for Daisey. She stayed in foster care for her healing, and then went to an adoptive home like any normal kitten.