Friday, March 1, 2024


Mackay and Whitsunday Life

Harmony Finds Her Fur-Ever Home

A female Minx cat arrived at the Mackay Pet rescue Incorporated just weeks ago, on the brink of death, suffering from a severe uterine infection after her alleged owners said she had run away two years ago and could no longer take her back. The helpless cat who was once known as Harmony was withered, bleeding and in immense pain.

Thanks to the action of Mackay’s pet rescue team and the expert care provided by Peta Snell at Northern Beaches Veterinary Hospital, Harmony received the life-saving treatment she desperately needed. After undergoing surgery to remove her toxic uterus, she began her journey to recovery, receiving lots of affection during her stay in foster care.

From a frail and suffering cat, she has defied the odds, now fully recovered and happily living her best life. Harmony has now been rehomed and her new family has named her Athena.

The support of the local community has played a crucial role in Athena's journey to healing. Through their generous donations, Mackay Pet Rescue Inc has been able to continue their mission of saving and caring for animals in need, not only in the local area but also in the surrounding districts.

Athena's story is a prime example of the impact that compassion and community support can have on the lives of our local pets in need. As Mackay Pet Rescue Inc continues their vital work, they remain grateful for the ongoing support that enables them to provide care and hope to animals like Athena.

Mackay Pet Rescue Inc commented, “Seeing Harmony/Athena thriving in her forever home is rewarding for our entire team.”

Caption: Harmony/Athena thriving in her new home with her new family. Photo credit: Mackay Pet Rescue Incorporated (Facebook)

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