Pirate was found under a trailer in the middle of February. The owners of the trailer called Roscommon Co. Animal Control about an injured cat whose eye was hanging out of the socket. The Animal Control Officer brought the cat to the shelter and it was purring despite the pain it must have been in. They took the cat to a veterinarian where it was immediately taken in for surgery for eye removal. The surgery was successful and Pirate got his stitches removed about two weeks after the surgery. The surgery cost about $800. Pirate returned to being a normal, playful and energetic teenage kitty and the shelter put some weight on him. He was neutered, microchipped, vaccinated and was adopted soon after he was ready for a new home. The Animal Shelter appreciates the generous donations and continued support of the animal lovers in their community so that they can continue to save cats like Pirate. If you are interested in donating towards Pirate’s surgery or future pets at the shelter, please call them at 989-366-0260.