Luna's Story


Hi--my name is LUNA, and I am 4 ½ months old 

This is the story of why I am such a lucky kitten!

July 29, 2011, was a very hot and humid night.  A mean person took me for a ride to Euclid Beach, and then threw me out of the car like I was a piece of trash!! I hit the ground violently, and realized my right back leg was broken, and my hip might be broken, too. I just cried and cried...

I didn't know that at Euclid Beach, there is a kind lady named Ginger Hannah, who helps the cats who live there. She feeds them every day and provides them with shelter, too. O’my!

Then something miraculous happened! The nice lady, Ginger, and a very kind friend, saw me lying broken in the grass. They picked me up and kissed my forehead. I was so happy, but I was afraid….

They took me to the Kitty Kottage for the night; fed me yummy food, and gave me a warm, cozy bed to sleep in. I was so exhausted!

The next morning, Ginger took me to see the gentle and kind doctors at the Cleveland APL, who fixed me up. I could feel that they really cared about me, and I started to have hope again.  

Ginger's friend who helped to save me is my new daddy.

Life now is wonderful, I'm not in pain, I always have food, and, best of all, I have a loving forever home and three cat brothers to play with. I feel like I am in heaven! I am SOOOOO grateful to the Euclid Beach Feral Cat Project for saving me.  And it makes me purr even louder to know that all the other cats are loved and cared for,  and there is an angel to save them, too.

I sure hope Ginger can keep doing what she does; it costs a lot of money to buy all the food, build shelters, and to pay the medical bills. 

Please help the Euclid Beach Feral Cat Project to continue to help all the cats at Euclid Beach, so they can also have a miraculous story like mine to share with you.

                                         Thank you for caring and Whisker Kisses!


Please make checks payable to Northeast Shores Development Corporation, a 501(c) (3 )  non-profit Organization which acts as fiscal agent for the Euclid Beach Feral Cat Project. Please write EBFCP on the memo line of your check and mail it to 317, East 156th Street , Cleveland , OH 44110 . All donations are tax deductible.

Ginger Hannah

co-founder of the WEuclid Beach feral Cat Project

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