4/25/17 This very sweet beauty was found wandering the streets of St. Clair Shores, no owner could be found. One of our rescue friends found a foster and 4p1h paid for her spay, vaccinations, and tests. Anyone interested in Cutie should contact [email protected]
4/24/17 – Lucky is truly lucky!! Lucky was found wandering the streets. A 4p1h friend who has rescued many animals contacted us to see if we could pay for a vet visit. We agreed and Lucky was taken to the vet and just examined. Fortunately, his family was found and the vet gave him a good bill of health.
4/24/17 – Meet Pickers. The poor little guy was thrown out of his home when his owner became ill. Fortunately, some very kind people found him and decided to give them a permanent home. 4 Paws 1 Heart was happy to pay for Pickers medical treatment which included vaccines, neutering, testing, and flea/parasite medicines. He is once again, a very happy boy. ~ diana
4/23/17 – Come on out to the Blackfinn Ameripub – Partridge Creek on May 12, 2017 and tip a celebrity bartender for 4 Paws 1 Heart. Our bar tending slot will be from 7 to 8 pm. Stop in for a cocktail or a meal and leave a generous tip with our bartender. All tips will be matched by the BlackFinn and the bartender who gets the most tips of the 6 celebrity bartenders (3 at Partridge Creek and 3 at Royal Oak) will have their tips tripled by Tito Vodka. Please share and help us save more animals. Please share P.S. If there are any celebrities out there or you know a celebrity who loves animals, please send him my way. [email protected]
This is Penny. She was caught along with another cat, Teddy, she had been living with in a garage. As you may have seen from the 4 Paws 1 Heart posts, Teddy, who looked just like Penny, had to be humanely euthanized because he was so severely ill from an upper respiratory infection and then was found to have feline leukemia. Penny was also brought to the vet, withe the help of 4 Paws 1 Heart and a very kind rescuer, Kelly Hook, and Penny was found with feline leukemia. After having the experience of being with Teddy while he was humanely euthanized, Kelly just didn’t have the heart to humanely euthanize Penny because she has leukemia; she did not have any other issues as did Teddy. Now Kelly is looking for a loving home for this shy girl who needs to be an only cat or in a family with other cats with leukemia. If you can help, please contact Kelly Hook at [email protected] ~ diana
“This cat is about a year old we have named her Penny ,unfortunately she has tested positive for feline leukemia.Penny and another cat stayed in someone’s garage for the last year .The other cat Teddy had to be euthanized because he was so sick .Penny was literally about to be euthanized ,but I couldn’t because she’s not very sick and she gave me this look like she just wanted help .I knew I couldn’t do it at that moment .It can take months or years for her to become really sick ,so if anyone can give Penny a home that she deserves please let me know .She is very shy and needs someone to work with her .If anyone has ideas of a rescue for her that would be great Cynthia Scott Somoski thank you for keeping Penny for the next week until I can figure something out Diana Rascano thank you for helping with her vetting .All I know is she deserves to be loved for however amount of time she’s here with us Kelly”
4/21/17 – Mickey was found near a local cemetery on a cold January day drinking water from a puddle. Fortunately, a good samaritan rescued him but could not find his owner. She contacted 4 Paws 1 Heart and Mickey was taken to a vet. It was thought he had cherry eye. What he had, was Entropion of the eye which required surgery. He was also found to be heart worm positive. Today he goes to the vet to get his last treatment and then he will be able to be neutered and on his way to finding his forever home. Here he is in the back seat looking over his foster brother. Everyone at Five Mile Animal Hospital has fallen in love with this very sweet boy.