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.
7/27/21 – RIP Henry. A rescue friend of 4p1h, who had also rescued Hugh, was contacted by a woman who was caring for a stray who would come to her home. He was a neutered, polydactyl who, as you can see from a photo taken in May, appeared to be healthy. But the caretaker started to see a decline and by the time she contacted our friend, his face appeared sunken in and he appeared to have no body muscle. Our friend contacted us and he was taken to a partner vet. Henry was examined and blood work was performed. The doctor said he was stable but was “showing signs of an infection”. Henry was given antibiotics and send home. Two days later, his foster reported that he died. We don’t know why but we do know that he is no longer suffering