This is Sargent

9/29/13 – This is Sargent. He was brought into emergency last night. Sargent is a beautiful soft male all grey stray cat, between 1 and 1/2 and 2 years old, who was exposed to over-the-counter flea medication which caused him to have seizures and convulsions. He had to be sedated in order to stop the seizures. The only treatment is supportive care by giving him IV fluids around the clock and monitoring him closely. Please keep him in your prayers and If he pulls through this, we will need a rescue, foster or permanent home as soon as possible. Please contact Gina at [email protected]
10/1/13 – Updated pic of Sargent from last night.. He was curled in a little ball hugging my arm as I scratched his belly. He slightly opened his eyes and gave me a helpless little stare.. He was brought into emergency because he was exposed to dangerous flea medication. I wish that shit would be taken off the market! Frontline is in my opinion the safest.. His little body is so weak and tired from all the muscle convulsions and seizures that he still can not stand. Today is day 4 of hospitalization. Please SHARE:: Do not use Over- the-counter flea meds without checking with your vet first!!!! gina
10/2/13 – Here he is after days of being lifeless. Sergeant was a stray exposed to over the counter flea meds. He is finally safe to go now that we have hospitalized him at the Animal Urgent Care. Saturday night he was brought in seizing and convulsing, last night he was being held by a potential mom. ~ gina
10/4/13Look who is doing GREAT and went to his new home tonight! Sargent became stronger day by day with hospitalization, and here he is tongiht happy as ever! Thank you Jamie for giving him a loving home:) Thank you to the staff at Animal Urgent Care and Harper Woods Veterinary Hospital, for taking care of this guy around the clock!!! ~ Gina

Meet Oreo

9/29/13 – Meet Oreo. He is about 2 – 3 years old and was seen being hit by a car two nights before. When Oreo arrived in the Emergency, he was in a fetal position, curled up because he could not stand or walk. Oreo also had maggot eggs on both sides of his face, and literally, was skin and bones. As of tonight, he is eating like a champ and is doing much better. Medical treatment continues at the Emergency; he will need a forever home, foster or rescue when he recovers. Contact Gina at [email protected]

10/2/13 – Here is Oreo slowly mending after being hit by a car several nights ago. I truly think he would have died in the street from shock if the nice caring people who saw him just left him there. A friend of 4P1H will be fostering Oreo very soon until a rescue is available or we can find him a home. We estimate Oreo to b about 4 yr old, he is fixed, and friendly with other cats. He doesn’t mind small dogs either. If anyone is interested in adopting this sweetheart or if there is a rescue who can help place him, please contact me at [email protected]