May 8, 2013, Our dear Emma had to be humanely euthanized last night to end her misery. Her immune systems was shutting down and there was nothing more that we could do to help her. She was in the arms of her very special foster mom and board member, Cynthia Wojtowycz, and Gina. May she rest in peace – no longer suffering – and running with all of dear friends who have gone before us. ~ diana
4 Paws 1 Heart received a call for help from the Cass Corridor Cat Colony group needing emergency help for 3 kittens. Unfortunately, one kitten didn’t make it. Here’s a photo of the two surviving kittens. The kitten wearing a cone will need his eye removed. ~ gina
There are so many cats and kittens on our streets and they get such little attention from the media and others in the community. An article that I recently read quoted a feral colony volunteer as saying there are an estimated 20,000 roaming cats just in Northville alone. We must spay and neuter. ~ diana
5/2/13 A 4 Paws 1 Heart friend recently contacted us looking for help in placing two cats who had been dumped on her dad’s property. Unfortunately I had to tell her that we are not a rescue and couldn’t help with placement but would be happy to pay for neutering and spaying if she could find them a home. She did and we did. Here’s a photo of the two the day they got fixed. We thank Jessica T. for caring and taking in these sweethearts. ~ diana
5/2/13 These three kittens were found on a boat with no mommy around, a Good Samaritan brought them into 4 Paws 1 Heart and we made sure that they were all healthy and prepared to go to good homes.
4/27/13 Here are the photos that I promised of our Angel and our little Nino (or Nina) who at 2 and 1/2 weeks old was found by a good Samaritan without a mom or siblings. He has a respiratory infection like so many of the kittens found on the streets but we know he is in good hands and paws. Angel couldn’t wait to take care of another baby. ~ diana
4/22/13 These are the two kittens that I’ve been advising a lady on how to raise them… She is doing a great job so far! The lady rescued the kittens from outside and called for help with medical care because one of the kittens had an infected eye. We provided treatment along with the other basics needed to give them both a good start. ~ gina