Good people working together!

We received a call from someone who asked if we could help with a stray cat that had been wandering the streets for at least a year. We offered to help pay for medical if they were willing to hold on to the cat until a rescue was available for permanent placement. When the cat was brought in we tested her for feline leukemia and fiv and she tested negative, but we took an x-ray because her belly was big. We discovered she was very pregnant. Thanks to networking on our 4 Paws 1 Heart, page someone saw the story and was willing to help foster the mom until the babies are weaned. In the meantime, we’re looking for a rescue as backup for the kittens. The foster mom said Livingston County shelter is willing to take the kittens once they are old enough. The woman who initially found Precious will take her back and permanently give her a forever home once she is done nursing the kittens. ~ gina

A Giggle about Gilligan

Here is mud in your face!

5/13/14 – Gilligan Update: Our little guy got into trouble this past Mother’s Day playing with his buddies. His foster mom says he loves playing in the mud — not too good for a white doggie. ~ diana