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.
11/23/21 – Handsome Onyx. A few months ago he started hanging around his ‘angel’s ‘ house. Finally, his rescuer, was able to get him inside and he noticed that Onyx’s tail had been injured. As days went by, the injury worsened and started bleeding and Michael, his angel, noticed that part of the bone was exposed. That is when we were called. We authorized Onyx to be seen by one of our partner vets but before he got in (which was just a few days), Onyx’s cheek started swelling. Upon seeing the vet, it was determined that Onyx’s tail would have to be amputated and that the cheek swelling was the result of a cyst. The surgery was completed and Onyx spent the night in the hospital. After having a tube in his neck for 14 days and a cone protecting the stitches, Onyx is doing great and is very much loved and pampered by his rescuer. In fact he took a week’s vacation to care for Onyx during his recovery–now that’s a commitment. Michael wrote back in his update “Thank you, again, Diane, he is really alive because of you and the vet.”