A father of three has donated $3.5 million to help the American Red Cross rescue cat foods that were stolen from his home.
The money is being used to support Cat Food for the Hungry.
The three-year old cat was taken to a pet store on Monday and was found with severe brain damage and brain damage caused by the disease.
The cat, named Ruby, was in the care of her owner when she disappeared.
It was discovered when she went to the local grocery store to buy some cat food, and the owners thought they had misplaced the cat, Fox News reported.
The owner of the pet store contacted Cat Food For the Hungry, a charity that works to rescue and distribute food to needy families, to look for Ruby.
The Red Cross and other animal shelters are helping the family locate the missing cat, and they hope to have it home soon.
The money is going toward supplies that are needed to feed the cat.
The cat will have a feeding tube, and it will be fed on a litter box.
The mother and kitten will also be fed, Fox said.