Helpling Paws for the Cause Feral Cat Rescue.

We very much appreciate the help of Paws For The Cause Feral Cat Rescue. Not only have they’ve been instrumental in assisting me in St. Clair Shores with the TNR issue and needs, they continue to rescue domesticated cats. We are happy that because of our friends who continue to attend our fundraisers, we are able to ‘share the wealth’ with our rescue friends. Here are a few of their stories. ~ diana

“Grace had her eye removed yesterday due to a virus that destroyed her cornea.

Grace’s brother Will is scheduled to be neutered and examined under anesthesia next week for a “head tilt”- we are hoping it’s simply a congenital defect.

We are also taking our diabetic love bug Rusty into the vet weekly for “curve tests” as his diabetes is still completely uncontrolled and it has also been discovered that he has an infection- most likely due to his prior inability to fully empty his bladder which resulted in bacteria forming in his bladder.”

Kitties Kitties evey where….

If you think we are helping many cats lately, that would be an understatement. There are so many kittens being born on the street and yet there are people who continue to let their in-tact ‘pets’ outside. It’s bad enough to let your pet cat outside but to not have him/her fixed, is outrageous — not only for the cat’s sake but also the community. This little sweetheart was recently rescued by our 4P1H friend, Jo A. She was walking in the middle of the street. We were glad to be able to pay for her examination and vaccines and will pay for her to be spayed when ready. Fortunately, Jo believes she has a home lined up for her. ~ diana