Vanilla Ice

Rescued By: Hope For Paws

What the Fire Department cannot rescue, Hope For Paws can. Vanilla Ice fell into an opening 10 feet down in n parking garage in Glendale. Trapped for 5 days with no water and very little food, Hope For Paws was contacted to help with a "feral" cat that was stuck. Katie McKittrick went to the location but could not see the cat. The parking lot attendant was kind enough to point out a tail from the far corner. She lowered a trap into the hole and waited for the dark and quiet of the night. What she discovered, was a beautiful, solid white kitty with baby blue eyes. He is approximately two years old, and other than a broken tooth and some fleas, our little Vanilla was just very happy to rescued. He drank a full bowl of water and enjoyed cuddles and kibble. Vanilla is FIV and FeLV negative, neutered and vaccinated. He does not like dogs but other cats are ok.

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