Donate in honor of our angel Ace
In Memory of Ace
$25 buys one-month worth of wet food for a cat
$100 pays for 6 months of cat litter
$200 buys four months of prescription food for a cat
Even though Ace didn't talk as much as Siamese cats often do, when a window was open, he was surely there, letting out a good “meow” or two communicating to his bunny, squirrel, and chipmunk neighbors. Ace’s favorite pastime was watching wildlife outside.
His magnetic charm worked both with the critters, who usually scurried up to the window to say “hello” back, and with his mom, Susan, who adopted him when he was 3 years old.
“Phinney’s has literally extended my life by helping me keep my Ace,” said Susan about her beloved cat who lived to be 15.
Susan received help from Phinney’s since the late 1990’s, when her chronic illness rendered her unable to provide for her pets.
“I wouldn’t have made it through without him,” said Susan about the time back surgery left her paralyzed, which led to two years of intense therapy in order to walk again. This is one of many illnesses that Ace helped her battle and overcome.
Ace had his own set of challenges, such as diabetes and asthma, and cancer at the end. He also had episodes of urinary tract infections and needed extensive dental surgery during his lifetime. Phinney’s was there for Susan and Ace through it all.
“I would have never been able to care for Ace without the help of Phinney’s. They are the most compassionate, kind, and caring people I’ve ever met.”
Now that Ace has crossed the rainbow bridge,
make a recurring donation or one-time donation today
to help fund the Godparents General Fund in his memory
Phinney's will apply the funds toward the first
godpet in the Program with a need