Angel – Rescued From a Culvert

10/29/12  A couple of months ago, 4 Paws 1 Heart, was contacted by one of our dear friends, Minnie Gamble.  Her friend had found a kitten stuck in a culvert at the end of her drive-way and couldn’t get it out.  4P1H offered to pay medical bills (including spaying) once the kitten was rescued and adopted.  Well, as you can see from the Cheryl’s e-mail, the kitten was finally rescued and now it’s time for spaying.  You should know that Cheryl and her husband have adopted this little sweetheart and although their resident cat isn’t thrilled right now, I’m sure that things will work out for the best.  Thank God for such caring people.
Here is Cheryl’s e-mail along with some photos. ~ diana

“Here are a few pictures of Angel.  Her mouth and nose are healing good. Its actually a miracle we have her because I never walk out to my driveway. It took us 2 days to get her out of the culvert but we got her. It’s funny because my son and daughter-in-law had just flown in, I was telling Marlene what was going on and we could not get her. They did not even take the suitcases out of the car, went right to the culvert with bag chairs and sat there until they finally got her, took about 4 hours but they got her. And they are dog people! Cannot find the picture of everyone sitting at the end of the driveway waiting to get her, it’s a cute picture.Thank you for everything! ~ Cheryl

Lisa Taylor – Animal Control Officer

4P1H is happy to continue our support for a phenomenal Animal Control Officer, Lisa Taylor. Lisa works above and beyond the call of duty to save cats and dogs who would otherwise be euthanized. We have established a veterinarian account for Lisa so that animals needing immediate assistance can be helped. ~ diana

The Paws Clinic for TNR Friends

4P1H is not only about helping the living but doing everything we can to reduce the number of stray cats being born. Consequently, we have set up an account with The Paws Clinic for use by our TNR friends for use in neutering/spaying. There are hundreds of thousands more cats being born and living ‘invisibly’ in neighborhoods with life expectancies of less than 3 years. The issues of stray/abandoned dogs and cats are very different and we never want to lose sight of the need to make a difference in the feline world. ~ diana