Bandit – Left Behind by Her Owners; Tested Positive for Feline Leukemia

4/17/18 – Bandit is another sweet pet left behind (intact) when his owner was evicted. Thankfully, our friend, Jo, was contacted and able to find a foster. Bandit will be tested, vaccinated, and neutered this week complements of 4 Paws 1 Heart. If you are interested in adopting this beautiful boy, contact: joadd18@gmail.combandit w:jo add 4:10:18

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Dewey – Brought Into the Emergency Hospital 4 Years Ago – Update

4/15/18 – A little over 4 years ago Dewey was brought into the emergency hospital. Gina took him and found a forever loving family. Here is an update from his mom.
“I was just listening to this guy breathe next to me. I was thinking he does that and brings us so much joy for the last 4 years because of the 4 paws 1 heart family. Such a special organization and a special person you are, Gina.”

Dewey 10:2013 w:cory lynnDewey 4:13:18Dewey11:13:13
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Collages – Some of the Animals Helped Between February 22 and April 4, 2018

4/14/18 – The other evening I had to make a presentation about the animals we helped between February 22 and April 4. The total medical cost for these sweeties came out to approximately $10,000. A number of these cases involved amputations, heart worm treatment or other serious injuries; a couple of these sweeties crossed the Rainbow Bridge but not without us trying and being surrounded by love. I also spoke of the number of animals not born because, where appropriate, every animal was spayed/neutered. It is this time of the year when we are again reminded of the importance of stopping the overwhelming number of kittens from being born. If you want to learn more about the animals shown, please go to our website:4paws1heart.org and search using the animals name. Your donations make a difference~ diana
collage 3collage 4 collage 5collage 6collage pg 24/14/18 – The other evening I had to make a presentation about the animals we helped between February 22 and April 4. The total medical cost for these sweeties came out to approximately $10,000. A number of these cases involved amputations, heart worm treatment or other serious injuries; a couple of these sweeties crossed the Rainbow Bridge but not without us trying and being surrounded by love. I also spoke of the number of animals not born because, where appropriate, every animal was spayed/neutered. It is this time of the year when we are again reminded of the importance of stopping the overwhelming number of kittens from being born. If you want to learn more about the animals shown, please go to our website:4paws1heart.org and search using the animals name. Your donations make a difference~ diana

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Gracey – Found Alone on the Streets

4/13/18 – From our friend, Megan, of Friends of Scooby Animal Rescue:

“Her new name is Gracey and she is loved! She got a clean bill of health on Monday. She has a new friend named Turbo and a family to call her own.
💖 Thank you for being her advocate Beth.
💞 Thank you Diana and 4 Paws 1 Heart for getting her medically treated.
💟 Thank you Tonya for housing the little princess and giving her meds.
💘 Thank you Lori for sharing my crazy cat with your friends.
💝 Thank you Shauna for being her new mommy.
It definitely took a village to get her safe and on the road to being healthy!!! — feeling relieved. ~ Megan”
gracey 4:13:18

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Milo – Found in a Cat Community With a Wounded Paw

4/13/18 – Meet Milo. He is living in a cat community being cared for by a very kind woman. She noticed that Milo had been limping and believed he had an injured paw. Of course, we agreed that he needed to be seen because how can a community cat take care of himself if he is unable to jump and run. Milo was seen by one of our favorite vets who found a wound on Milo’s paw. The wound was cleaned and Milo received antibiotics and he is back with his community friends doing well. ~ dianamilo 4:13:18

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Denny – RIP; We’re Sorry We Couldn’t Save You

4/10/18 – RIP Sweet Denny. I’m so sorry that your owners did you wrong. Thank you, Dee and Shelley for loving him in the end and making his passage easier. Love you both. – diana

“Our hearts are once again in pieces 💔 Poor Denny had so much going on. He had kidney disease, he was full of infection that would require one side of his face to be sloughed off. He required hospitalization with a feeding tube, even so we, along with 4 Paws 1 Heart wanted to give him a chance to fight. If he wanted to fight, we would fight with him. But, Denny was extremely Feline Leukemia positive which is why things went bad so quickly. Even the Emergency hospital couldn’t save Denny. Thankyou to all who donated, thankyou 4 Paws 1 Heart. Aunt Shelly and I held and loved Denny as he was helped over the Bridge. We will be dark on our page the rest of today as we try to process and grieve the loss of Baby Bunny and Denny today. It’s been a rough 2 weeks 💔
Mom~”denny 4:10:18

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Denny – He Had Been Dumped by His Owner and Then Found Very Wounded and Ill

4/10/18 – And while you’re at it sweet Angel Bunny, please watch over Denny. We are trying to get him into the hospital asap. ~ diana

“Good afternoon Team Chance, mom looked outside this morning to find our friend Denny (the orange kid) in horrible condition! His bottom lip appears to have some kind of infected injury, he has scratches all over, he wreaks of urine and has lost at least 2lbs. It’s been a little over a week since we last saw him.
Denny is a sweet, friendly boy and we’re heartbroken this has happened to him. With the help of our babysitter Paulette, Denny is now safe & sound in our cat tower and thanks to 4 Paws 1 Heart Denny will be going to our fave vets at Pattersons Patterson Veterinary Hospital tomorrow. For today, we are going to let him rest and feel safe. At best, Denny will need snap test, shots and neuter. But from the way he looks and feels today, his medical could be much more. Please, if you are able if you could make a donation to 4 Paws 1 Heart to help with Dennys medical it would be very much appreciated. 4paws1heart.org/donations/ Please keep Denny in your prayers We got you baby, you’re safe now.~ Denise”denny 4:9:18Denny w:denise 4:9:18

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Bunny – She Was Found Near 4 Dead Siblings Then Another Two Died Before Her

4/10/18 – RIP Sweet Bunny. Please send an angel to watch over your sister, Ruby. She is crying for you and we are worried about her. May God watch over all of these precious animals who are on the street without anyone to care for them. ~ diana

 “We are absolutely beyond heartbroken to tell you we lost Bunny this morning at 6:05 a.m.
It was exactly the same as with Sweet Angel & Max. She barely wanted any of her midnight feeding, even less at 2a.m. At 4am she refused any food, was limp, had very shallow breathing and had blood in her urine. Mom held her to her chest & comforted her as she made her journey. We are convinced that this is a genetic defect likely due to inbreeding. For the love of everything, please spay & neuter!!!! Please keep Ruby in your prayers, shes doing well at this time but is also heartbroken and crying for her sister as are we.
💔😭💔😭💔😭 – Chance”bunny 4:2:18bunny 4:10:18
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Tux, Smokey, & Blackie – All Rescued from the Streets With Injuries and Ill

4/10/18 – Tux was rescued with a leg wound and also needing to be neutered. We were contacted for help and Tux’s wound was treated and he will no longer be a dad again. Blackie and Smokey were rescued together. Blackie was seen for a severe upper respiratory infection and was treated. Both were neutered, vaccinated, and tested. Hillel had probably been a domesticated cat at one time, but after being outside for so long was a little on the timid side. He had a number of wounds, some recent, some old. He also tested positive for FeLV. Kind neighbors were going to keep him and try to socialize him. THE NEED NEVER ENDS. ~ dianatux 3:2018smokey w:michelson4:10:18blackie w:michelson 4:10:18

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