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in Houston (southeast TXarea):  Siamese Rescue through or 713-882-2011 in Corinth (near DentonDallas-Ft. Worth / northeast TX-area): Texas Siamese Rescue’s book Little Orphan & & & 940-367-7367; 1123 North Corinth St.; Corinth, TX  76208    Little Orphan Oakley is available on www.Amazon.comfor $10 with all proceeds going to support Texas Siamese Rescue.      Texas Siamese Rescue,* founded in 1998, has been issued a challenge that will forgive a substantial portion of its debt. If the organization can raise $40,000 on its own, the private lender will waive the additional $200,000 owed on the Meezer Ranch property. Rescue director Alisa Lee hopes that proceeds from the book will help meet the challenge. “Our prayer is that after all those years ago when we saved Oakley, his story will now help save the Rescue,” says Lee.  The star of the book, a young Siamese named “Oakley,” was saved from a “kill shelter” by Texas Siamese Rescue in 2000. He was adopted by Linda Rollins, who wrote the story in appreciation of the Rescue & the volunteer who fostered him. Following the death last year of the Rescue’s founding director, Tonja Pfister, the story came to light, & the decision was made to publish it in book form as a fundraiser & to promote pet adoptions.  Oakley still lives with Rollins in South Texas.          *  7,348 Siamese cats saved & 19,787 rescued at the Texas Siamese Rescue at “‘Meezer Ranch!”  501c3 non-profit organization that has been in business since 1998; located just north of Dallas in Corinth, TX. We also have rescue affiliates in Houston & Abilene, as well as carefully screened foster homes.     We take our mission here very seriously: to rescue, treat, rehab, house, care, place, transport & follow up with our ‘Meezers & ‘Meezer mixes. … a lifetime commitment to our cats when we bring them into our Rescue & even when they are adopted into loving homes:  available to them for the rest of their lives. Caring local veterinarians, staff & volunteers assist us in our mission.  We are supported entirely though grants, sponsorships & the donations of ‘Meezer lovers like you.

in Vineland (Cumberland County), NJContact to rescue, foster, adopt 8-mo.-old, female, Tortie-point Siamese “SHOKI” in Kill Shelter.    Cumberland County SPCA 1244 N. Delsea Drive; Vineland, NJ 08360; 856-691-1500.  Willing to pay for spay-neuter, shots & transport.

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