5/10/18 – Don’t forget–your donations will be doubled this week!
This is Anna Belle. We received a call for help and because of our supporters we were able to respond.
She was seen in the middle of major roads and after 3 days of trying, she was finally safe, in the ‘arms’ of the rescuer. She was brought to a veterinary clinic where they advised she was heart worm positive. Unfortunately, no owner was found and although the rescuer was anxious to give her a forever family, they could not afford the heart worm treatment. We were happy to make that happen. Here is the rescuer’s most recent message:
“Isn’t she a beautiful Girl , So sweet and good .
I want to Thank you and your company for all you do .
My family’s heart go out to u.
She reminds me of my pure breed German Shepherd. Anna Bell has the same eyes and sweet demeanor
Thanks again Diana . God bless you .
David H. Gagin”
5/9/18 – So thankful we could make a difference in another life.
“5/9/18 – Update: Hank will be transferred to Fortunate Felines rescue , Kay will be caring for him from this point on until he is adopted, once we arrange transportation. Unfortunately the possible home that we had did not work out. So fingers crossed he finds a home very soon after being neutered.
Hank went to the vet today. He did well and combo tested negative. Yay! Turns out his tail has been bitten by another animal in three different spots. He was given antibiotics and will be neutered and vaccinated on May 23rd! I have a rescue stepping up for him but also have a possible adopter. So I have my fingers crossed for the forever home of course. ❤️❤️
Huge thank you to Diana Rascano and all of her loyal contributors , 4paws1heart backed all of this baby’s medical and I am so grateful that my coworker Mary was able to spot him and notice he was injured.
He’s on the road to a better life! ~ Cortney”
5/2/18 – Fred was probably one of the many domesticated cats who are dumped in rural areas by disgusting owners. For some ignorant reason, there are people who seem to think all cats are created equal and can fend for themselves in the wild, even when they’ve been a family pet for years. Fred showed up in the rescuer’s barn after probably following one of her other barn cats through the ‘cat door’. He was limping and we were contacted for medical help. Fred was taken to one of our partner vets and a wound was found on his paw which was treated; we also took care of Fred’s other medical needs. Fred is doing well and the rescuer is looking for a forever home. ~ diana
4/28/18 – Information about the Dog and Cat Meat Trade.https://vimeo.com/266539124
4/25/18 – Meet Hamilton. He was standing in the middle of the street with cars passing all around him. His paws were red and raw. He was emaciated and had a lump on his back. We were called and, of course, we said yes. Hamilton saw one of our partner vets yesterday and the ‘lump’ will need to be removed but it appears non-cancerous. Unfortunately, Hamilton, like so many dogs rescued recently, is heart worm positive although, thankfully, it is a low grade. We will be covering Hamilton’s heart worm treatment, his neuter when it’s time, and removal of the tumor from his back. But, we need your help!!! Donations have been very slow, and as all of our friends know, the money to help runs out quickly. Donations can be made by using the donation link on this page or by mail at P.O. Box 84, St. Clair Shores, MI 48040. We will keep you updated. As you can see, Hamilton is a little charmer. ~ diana
4/21/18 ANOTHER UPDATE – Bandit was taken to All About Animals to be neutered and retested. He tested NEGATIVE!! I will be calling the previous vet whose tests resulted in positive for leukemia. We are willing to pay for a third test although I hate to put Bandit through this but, we need to know who is correct.
4/21/18 – Updates!
Bandit – Bandit was left behind when his owners were evicted. He was immediately taken to the vet, complements of 4p1h, and tested positive for feline leukemia. Fortunately, our friend Jo A. found someone whose cat had recently crossed the Rainbow Bridge and who was interested in giving Bandit a forever home. Bandit is now in his forever home with a canine buddy and a loving mom. ~ diana