8/4/17 – We were contacted almost two weeks ago about the five kittens born in a person’s closet. Obviously, the person didn’t have her female spayed and either there was an intact male in the household or she allowed her intact female to roam the streets. Nonetheless, the owner threatened to throw all five kittens outside, including a little one with a deformed leg. Fortunately, she gave Andra (who heard of the situation) enough time to find a potential rescue/foster before throwing them out and now with the combined efforts of many people, these kittens will be treated medically with funds from 4 Paws 1 Heart and eventually placed in forever homes. The baby (Twinkles) with the deformed leg has been dragging it to the point where the fur has already rubbed off of the leg. We will have this kitten seen by a kitten specialist and then on to Dr. Kern Pawsitive Steps Rehabilitation & Therapy for Pets to see what she recommends for the deformed leg. As Dee Brown Gudenau, our Board member said, your donations are very much appreciated and we couldn’t keep saying yet, without them. Donations can be made through paypal by using the donation link on this page or our website 4paws1heart.org or by mail at P.O. Box 84, St. Clair Shores, MI . 48080 ~ Thank You, Diana
“Again…it takes a village. The hugest thank you to Andra Nagaitis-Shipley for saving these babies from being thrown out onto the street! Thank you Angela Rogensues and her man Josh for fostering 4 of the siblings. I will be fostering the baby girl with the deformed leg…she is very small and skinny so I think it’s good she is alone for a while. Thank you 4 Paws 1 Heart for taking care of their medical! Food and supplies from A Second Chance For Chance and loads of wetfood and KMR from Rosa Nill-Malburgand thank you for everyone for their love and prayers….the babies are safe now and already loved to the moon and back by everyone in the village.
Donations are needed please to continue providing medical treatment for abandon & abused animals: easy – see how to right here: www.4paws1heart.org/donations – Dee”