We had to make a tough decision today after learning from our vet that the lesion on Harmony's nose was spreading very rapidly. I could share a picture with you of how it looked today but it would be more than most of you could stomach. It is believed she had squamous cell carcinoma based on the lesions on her nose and the fact that it had grown in the past 10 days. She was shaking her head and in pain. Dr. East took great care of her since January 10 when she was rescued b...y two of our foster parents, Kristi and Eric after she had been found hanging out at a church in Greensboro for two weeks, starving and begging to get in from the cold. Only 5.5 lbs, she was not a young cat and was very malnourished. Per Dr. East, "In spite of the outcome, she was one of the luckiest cats around because she had warmth, food, a comfortable bed, and a humane end. What she would have gone through without Sparkle stepping in is unthinkable. She was not feral. She was somebody's cat at one time." Prayers and love for Harmony. We are glad you were with us, if only for a short time. It's time for you to shine your light over the Rainbow Bridge.