Our mission is to reduce the number of homeless cats & dogs by paying for needed medical treatment and assisting with the permanent placement of these animals through our partnerships with local rescue groups.
It is with a heavy heart that I post this update on the kitty brought to me yesterday morning. I don’t really want to get into the details of everything that happened today, but I want to thank everyone for your prayers, support, and positive thoughts. The hardest part of rescue is when you have to make the most difficult decision.. When this little 5 pound fur ball was brought to Moore Veterinary Hospital yesterday I was certain we would find out what was wrong and come up with a way to fix whatever was broken, save her, and give her a 2nd chance. It’s always an adrenaline rush because seeing an animal go from the streets to a wonderful happy life is by far the most rewarding feeling.. However, there comes a time where we cannot always save them no matter how many tests we run, or how desperately our heart wants it to happen.. Whatever is going on with her is neurological and progressive. All 4 limbs are affected, she can not urinate or deficate on her own, she is weak and frail. We trust our veterinarian, and we are not going to prolong her suffering. Rest peacefully sweet girl…you are loved. ♡ Gina