Disabled Cat Purrson is creating writings about cats and disability issues
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My name is T, and I have lived a life of disability and cats. I've had juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis since I was an infant, and I became friends with my first cat when I was 5. As an adult, I'm not able to have any sort of regular paying job; but I have been able to volunteer at a local rescue, where I can control what I'm doing and tailor my volunteering to how my body is doing at the time. It's been a very good experience for me, to be able to make lives better for homeless cats. I especially enjoy working with cats with chronic medical issues, because I am a person with chronic medical issues. I have 5 cats of my own, and one of them recently has become very medically complicated--and very expensive. She has severe stomatitis, IBD, and is now becoming diabetic. As someone unable to work a traditional job, I'm hoping you'll consider becoming a patron, so I can make my passion for cats into a paying job. 
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Purrs
$5 or more per month
You will have access to my writings about disability and cats that I won't be posting anywhere else!
Cat's Eyes
$20 or more per month only 20 left
Throughout the course of my life and recent volunteering with a rescue, I have befriended hundreds of cats. I have an innate empathy with them. If you want someone to talk to about your household's cat dynamics or want advice on why your cat is behaving in such a way, at this tier I will give you my perspective on your cats, from what I've learned from my many years living with and spending time with cats. 
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$0 of $400 per month
I'm disabled and unable to work a regular job. My passion is cats, and I'm able to live out this passion by taking care of my own cats--one of whom has serious medical issues--and volunteering at a local rescue that takes in a lot of cats with medical issues. This is great and wonderful... but my own cat, who I'll call StomatitisGrey, has recently become even more complicated medically, and my husband and I are struggling to come up with the money she needs for her medications. I'm hoping Patreon will allow me to share my passion about cats and disability issues while creating a steady source of income for me. This goal is the expected monthly cost for StomatitisGrey's canned cat food and medications.
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My name is T, and I have lived a life of disability and cats. I've had juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis since I was an infant, and I became friends with my first cat when I was 5. As an adult, I'm not able to have any sort of regular paying job; but I have been able to volunteer at a local rescue, where I can control what I'm doing and tailor my volunteering to how my body is doing at the time. It's been a very good experience for me, to be able to make lives better for homeless cats. I especially enjoy working with cats with chronic medical issues, because I am a person with chronic medical issues. I have 5 cats of my own, and one of them recently has become very medically complicated--and very expensive. She has severe stomatitis, IBD, and is now becoming diabetic. As someone unable to work a traditional job, I'm hoping you'll consider becoming a patron, so I can make my passion for cats into a paying job. 

Recent posts by Disabled Cat Purrson

Tiers
Purrs
$5 or more per month
You will have access to my writings about disability and cats that I won't be posting anywhere else!
Cat's Eyes
$20 or more per month only 20 left
Throughout the course of my life and recent volunteering with a rescue, I have befriended hundreds of cats. I have an innate empathy with them. If you want someone to talk to about your household's cat dynamics or want advice on why your cat is behaving in such a way, at this tier I will give you my perspective on your cats, from what I've learned from my many years living with and spending time with cats.