8/19/19 – 9 years ago Diana Rascano and I began an organization to help stray cats and dog’s by paying for medical care. The idea was we would help that injured or sick stray on the side of the road so that he/she would not suffer. We would help alleviate their pain. Once stabilized that stray animal would be networked for placement if no owner was found.
Our 9th Anniversary was yesterday. Since then we have branched out and we have been able to help thousands of animals.
I have learned so much along the way..
Without the support of our board members, our significant others, the veterinarians, the hospital staff, the individual rescuers, the rescue groups, the shelters, the animal control officers, the law enforcement, and all of the hard work of Diana, we would not be where we are today.
Thank you all from the bottom of my heart.
This organization means so much to me…words can not describe.
I am just going to add a few pictures of the animals that 4 paws 1 heart has given a 2nd chance to. Each one of these animals has a back story.. It could be abuse, starvation, sick, orphaned, dumped, etc.. The important thing is they would not be where they are today without the support of “4 paws 1 heart” and that’s why we need to keep going. They need us.♡ Read the stories of Azela, Vortex, Izzy and Sox, Cannoli, Samantha, Brutus, Skippy, Onyx, Orphan Kittens, Annie, Bubba, Ellie, Hercules, Stray Kitten, Katniss. – Gina
8/18/19 – Dear Friends, Today is our 9th Anniversary. Hard to believe it’s been 9 years of funding medical treatment for abandoned/stray and abused animals. We are blessed to have many supporters which includes individuals, veterinarians, and businesses. We couldn’t have helped over 6,000 animals to the tune of $850,000 in medical bill payments without all of you.
Today, another one of our Board members has generously offered to match up to $1,000 in donations made between today and next Sunday, August 25, 2019. Please help us meet the goal. Your support saves lives. Here are a few of the many animals we’ve helped over the past couple of months. ~ diana
8/16/19 – Waylon’s Story:
7/10/19 – This little guy was found in the middle of a Walmart parking lot. Fortunately, a good Samaritan rescued him and contacted Chance’s mom, Denise. Denise found a foster for Waylon and he was taken to the vet yesterday. Waylon is only 1 lb and is about 5-6 weeks old. We will be covering his medical expenses including neuter when he is big enough. Anyone interested in giving this boy a furever home should contact Denise at: email@example.com – diana
8/10/19 – This little guy was found in the middle of a Walmart parking lot. Fortunately, a good Samaritan rescued him and contacted Chance’s mom, Denise. Denise found a foster for Waylon and he was taken to the vet yesterday. Waylon is only 1 lb and is about 5-6 weeks old. We will be covering his medical expenses including neuter when he is big enough. Anyone interested in giving this boy a furever home should contact Denise at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Waylon is reminding our supporters to vote every day for 4 Paws 1 Heart at:freestarfinancial.com/vote – diana
8/15/19 – Update on our Miracle. After her initial vet visit, Miracle’s leg seemed to be getting better. Dead skin was falling off and the leg seemed to be improving. Today, her rescuer contacted me to report that there has been a setback. Miracle will be going back to the vet tomorrow. Please say a little prayer for her. We are committed to her and if she needs to have the leg amputated to save her life, we will be there. Also, Miracle will be needing a forever home. ~ diana
8/15/19 He was rushed to the emergency last night and will have further testing today. Without you the Bandits of the world would die on the streets. Thank YOU for helping. ~ diana
8/16/19 – Update – Bandit was taken to another vet the following day and a huge mass was found near his organs. It was decided by the rescuer and the doctor that it would be kinder to let Bandit cross the Rainbow Bridge. ~ diana
8/13/19 – Trust me when I say that I still have a lot more cases to report on but I know that our supporters love happy beginnings so here is one on Coco. It was late December when a kind couple saw a kitten get hit by a car. The driver never stopped but, fortunate, the couple did; otherwise, the kitten would have been run over again on the busy road. The couple brought her to the nearest vet and $400 later contacted us to see if we could just assist with the future medical. We not only did that but we were able to pay for Coco’s emergency treatment. The other day I received an update from Sharon, the rescuer. Coco is doing great and is much loved in her forever home.
We couldn’t do this without you supporting our community partners and our fundraisers — as well as your donations. We thank you so muc