Tail Trauma in a Scared Kitten

A fuzzy kitten arrived at the shelter with a wound on its tail. It was difficult to examine the kitten because it was not very keen on being approached or touched. The veterinary team was able to assess that the cat had experienced some trauma to its tail that had caused part of it to be Read More …

SNR Saves Cat’s Life

An adult male orange tabby found himself in our care at the San Jose Animal Care Center with a large wound on the left side of his face. Whatever happened to him to cause such an injury also caused damage to his left eye, making it painful and obstructing his vision. The shelter’s veterinary team Read More …

Former Feral Freedom Cat with Deep Wound and FIV

Panther entered the shelter with a microchip and an ear tip from a previous visit. He had been part of the San Jose Animal Care Center’s Feral Freedom program, a program dedicated to saving the lives of cats and reducing the cat population by spaying and neutering unsocialized or fearful cats before returning them to Read More …

Injured Feral Cat Missing Large Part of Back

Cost of Care provided by the San Jose Animal Care Center: $2000 Late in the evening, an injured feral cat was brought to the San Jose animal shelter by a woman who had seen the cat’s wounds and decided to capture it and bring it to the shelter for help. The cat’s injuries were profound. It was missing Read More …