Meet “4 Paws 1 Heart”, “Bubba”. He was found on the streets and after his stray hold we took him in. Bubba is adorable, kind, and so gentle. He will have a great life from now on. It started when I saw him in a cage and in a fetal position shaking to death. He was a stray and he wouldn’t make eye contact…just literally terrified. I had to help him no matter what.
No one claimed him.
I just adore him. ♡ He is good with animals, people, and everyone he meets. Bubba is being treated for mange, he is being vaccinated, and he is gaining more confidence and happiness every day. ~ gina
8/9/18 Chance gives an update on Rosie Roo. ~ diana
“Gooood morning Team, Happy Thursday!
Chance here with your morning report!
Rosie Roo slept all through the night!!! She hasn’t had her breakfast yet, so after that we will see how her 💩 looks. But we’re pretty excited she slept through the night, no accidents or blood and shes still sleeping….Stay tuned!- Chance”
8/9/18 Continued Prayers for Rosie Roo. – diana
“Hi everybody…I’m home! Sooo, Dr. Z let me come home becuse I was doing better and hadn’t had any eeeewy pooey while I was there.
So I had IV meds & injections today, and some other testing and 3 meds to have at home and we’ll see how I do tonight. Staying overnight at the emergency hospital on IV meds was discussed but Dr. Z & mom both agreed I wouldn’t be happy, or get any rest there, I wouldn’t eat and would be continually barking for mom. Sooo, the plan is we see how I do tonight and if I’m still feeling yucky I go back early in the morning and am admitted for the day again for IV meds. If I do feel better tomorrow then I will go in and have my IV port that’s hiding under this pretty purple wrap removed. Let’s all pray for removal please, Cus Dr. Z is thinking it’s one of 2 things. Either it’s a really mean bacterial infection and this power regimen of meds are going to fix it, or the meds dont help and then we’re looking at the C word.
So, I ate my dinner with my new meds mixed in. I’ve got 1 more med to take tonight…and hopefully we all get a better nights rest then last night. Please keep me in your prayers and it sure would help with my mounting vet Bill’s if you are able to make a donation to 4 Paws 1 Heart at 4paws1heart.org/donations/ and in the message box put “For Rosie” As of right now my Bill’s for the last couple weeks are right around $1000.00 and if I get better I still have my dental scheduled for the 29th. One thing I know for sure mom and 4 Paws 1 Heart will ALWAYS do what’s best for me. But I sure hope I get better cus I dont like it when my mom crys. She says its pepper got in her eyes, but I know its cuz she loves me so much ❤-Rosie Roo”
8/7/18 – Hilary was found wandering the streets, very emaciated. She has been reported to Warren Animal Control and posted on For The Love of Louie but no one has claimed her. Her finder says that she is very scared of every movement. She has scarring and seems to have been abused. Carolyn, her rescuer, says that she is very sweet and listens well. Carolyn is seeking placement for Hilary and asked us if we could pay for her vetting so as to improve her chances. If you can help, please contact Carolyn at: firstname.lastname@example.org ~ diana
8/2/18 – The other day (after I just wrote over $10,000 in checks to veterinaries) I received the following message:
“My girlfriend and I sometimes go down to Detroit and look for homeless dogs. Sometimes we just offer food and water, and other times we take them in and adopt them out to good families. Hanson is our 7th Detroit rescue. We went down to Detroit to look at the area we got our 6th rescue from (who we ended up keeping) and within 5 minutes, saw Hanson looking for food. He was a super friendly, but nervous boy. He took to my girlfriend right away as she fed him chicken nuggets and gave him water. I knocked on a few doors on the block and asked if Hanson belonged to anyone. All the neighbors said no, and then a man came out of the house on the corner and said “Do you want that dog?” to my girlfriend. She asked if it was his dog, and he said no, he saw him get dumped on the corner about 8 or 9 days ago, and he’d be hanging out ever since, obviously not knowing where to go, and hoping someone would come for him. When the man told us that he had been dumped, we knew we had to take him. We have 4 dogs at home, so we knew we couldn’t keep him, but there was no way we were going to leave this 8 month old puppy on Springwells, knowing no one was coming back for him. He is so amazing, loving, all around fantastic dog and we have no idea why he was dumped, other than people are just cruel. “
We, of course, agreed to pay for Hanson’s basic medical needs but we can’t continue without your help. Anyone interested in Hanson should contact Vincent at: email@example.comThanks ~ diana
7/30/18 – This very kind senior was found roaming the streets. He has a very aged body, with warts on his genitals, arthritis, and wounds on all his paws. He has poor balance, and is fully deaf. His vision is bad. Bingo has been seen by one of our favorite vets and is being treated for an infection. He will eventually be neutered and vaccinated. Anyone interested should contact Juniper of Rebels Dogs Detroit at: firstname.lastname@example.org . – diana
7/28/18 – Great News! After 9 days, Riot was released from the hospital and went to his foster home yesterday.