Transcript for Stray Cat Helps Young Man With Asperger's Syndrome
In this time of giving thanks Kim Nath and her grandson Josh are very thankful for once politician. They named Angie I checked in the neighborhood. Where's the people to say anti belong to anybody. And they said now it was just a streak. And sometimes people and so can't took Andy home and within days started seeing a change in Josh who has Asperger's syndrome. Josh here. Opened up. He became very attached it and he named dandy and south. And he was glued to Josh is signed always hungry for his attention. And that brought Josh out of his shell had just heading in he would say achieved and that he wears his friends so when Andy became suddenly very sick came and Josh were devastated. They immediately took Andy to first coast no more homeless pets on Norwood avenue. It turned out. AMD had a urinary blockage that was making him gravely ill so we had to do a surgical procedure to help them between the surgery and all of the treatment it was going to cost thousands of dollars. But the Neff they and we never had to pay a dime thanks to the Angel fund. It was very instrumental because had indeed been put down I think Josh would've had a tremendous. Setbacks I really. And the Angel fund say lives. A life and he will now live in comfort next to Josh he looks great he's very healthy now and I think he'll make a full recovery so we're so happy about that. So handy and Josh are going to have a great time together the Angel fund through first coast no more homeless pets as a fund that helps pay for the treatment at Pat's. When their owners can't afford it at first coast no war homeless pets says they do have to use it on a daily basis so donations are always appreciate.
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