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.
7/5/22 – And lastly for today, this is one of those cases which require serious expenses and prayers. FIP is deadly and I’ve talked about it before. You can easily learn more about it by doing some online research. A couple of years ago I learned of various groups, one such is FIP Warriors, who have advocated for FIP stricken cats and are involved in connecting FIP victims with the experimental drugs which have been known to save many lives. In the past we have been involved in a few of such cases. this past weekend, we were able to help with providing the medicine Juno will need to hopefully get through this deadly disease. Prayers and, if possible, donations make a difference. – diana.
A huge thank you and hug to Diana 4paws 1heart. She has offered to cover Juno’s FIP treatment! Today is Day 6, tummy going down, eating, meowing just a miracle!!!! This lil guy is a fighter to hold on, outside with a 104.7, temperature, 5 lbs, dehydrated and struggling to find a safe place, he has taken this chance and ran with it. Look at him my lil warrior . Better days ahead lil Juno! Diana you are a angel – literally – Lynda
7/5/22 – These little ones were all found on the streets of Flint, MI. They will be getting their first round of vaccines and a test for FIV/FeLv. If they do not find a rescue organization to take them in by the time they are old enough for their rabies vaccines and neuter/spays, we will cover that as appropriate. I introduce you to Samantha, Penelope, Dennis, Pippy, Casper, and Kimmy. If you are interested in any of these beauties, contact Kim at: [email protected] and she can direct you to the rescuer. – diana.
7/5/22 – This is Oliver and Rouge. Also, orphans found on the street yet very friendly. a 4p1h friend, Heather B., has rescued many who are friendly and works to find them furever homes. Please contact Heather at: [email protected] if you are interested in any of her rescues. Oliver and Rouge are ready for their furever homes. – diana.
7/5/22 – For the next few days I will be sharing the many kittens/cats being found on the streets for whom we will be covering the medical — either for trap/neuter/return or to help make those orphans adoptable which in addition to spay/neuter, rabies vaccines, and parasite treatment, will include FIV FeLv testing, and a distemper vaccine. This is Lucas who is lookiing for his furever home. If interested, our friend, Chrissy Brandon, has been rescuing a few kittens who are very friendly and in need of homes. Contact Chrissy at: [email protected] diana.
7/1/22 – Stan is another cat who showed up in a colony cared for by a rescuer we’ve assisted in the past. Bonnie, his rescuer believes he had been dumped in the colony because he had not been seen before. Stan appeared to be blind and he was very skinny and appeared to have an infection. I authorized Stan to be seen at Orion Animal Hospital. He had his appointment and he had to be sedated to be examined because he was very scared. He was neutered while under sedation. The doctor believed he’s about 8 years old. They also found bite wounds on his shoulder and there was a tick on him which was removed. He had lost some of his fur and what was left felt rough. The doctor also determined that some teeth needed to be removed. It was confirmed that Stan is partially blind in one eye.
Stan did have his dental work and he has become very friendly and is now looking for his furever home. Anyone interested in making this happen should contact [email protected] – diana.
7/1/22 – Bob appeared to have been left behind when his family moved. He was lucky enough to show up at a person’s home whom we’ve helped in this past. Although very sweet, Bob seemed to be in a lot of pain. and when his rescuer took him in to be neutered and vaccinated it was determined that Bob needed some teeth extracted. We were contacted and approved the surgery which was eventually completed and now Bob is a happy boy no longer in pain and his rescuer is committed to finding him a furever home. – diana.