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.
7/15/22 – Muffin Update from miracle worker, Gina. – diana.
Before 7/5 and After 7/15
Good Morning Muffin update!!!! ♡ This is the first time she has shown interest in playing! You can hear her congestion when she is breathing on this video but despite the drainage she is eating good. We are still on antibiotics, nebulizer 3 times a day, and eye drops but that’s all. I’ll post again soon! Huge thank you to Moore Veterinary Hospital, 4 paws 1 heart for covering medical, and Bambi Pesti Hartter who not only brought Muffin to safety, but donated lots of food and $100 gift card for any essential items! I greatly appreciate all! – Gina
7/14/22 – These two sweeties, Honey and Sweet Potato, were trapped, together(!), the night of July 11. Honey has a severe neck wound and his/her eye appeared to be injured. He/she was also very emaciated. Sweet Potato appeared to be in good health. This morning the rescuer advised that Honey’s eye is actually missing and he/she is very lethargic. Our friends at APaws advised to drop off Honey this morning and they will do their best to see him/her asap although they are very booked. Prayers for this baby who seemed thankful to be safe and petted. I will update when information is available. – diana.
7/13/22 – Montana Update – On June 6 we posted about Montana’s rescue. He was not doing well at first with the rescuer’s other dog but eventually the relationship started to improve. The rescuer has been working with a great supervisor at All About Animals who has been great in guiding us through Montana’s recovery which now, unfortunately, includes heart worm treatment. Thankfully, Montana was able to be neutered before the treatment and his blood work and heart exam came back positive yesterday so that he can start his heart worm treatment soon. Continued prayers for Montana. – diana.
Before and after. A 6 day difference. Muffin wanted to say hello real quick and let her friends know she’s getting a little better each day! 🥰 She’s also very grateful 🙏 for being given a chance. Thank you Bambi for rescuing her and trusting in me to help her. ❤️ We are very sleepy now so 😴 I’ll update again. 💜 – Gina
7/12/22 – Had to share this happy update on Boomerang (aka Boomer/Rocky). It was in mid December when Boomer was found on the street zipped up in a small cat carrier. He was soaked in his own urine as he layed there next to a bone. He had urine burns and had issues walking and issues with his skin. At the time we were contacted we authorized Boomer to be seen by Dr. Z who found that his walking issues were because he had been trapped in a small cat carrier (for who knows how long) and very poor nutrition. Well, 6 months later, Boomer is doing great (as you can see) and he is ready to be neutered (which we will take care of). As our followers know, our help doesn’t end until he/she has been spayed/neutered. One of our ultimate goals is to make sure we do everything possible to reduce the over population of unwanted cats and dogs. The first two photos are when Boomer was first rescued and the other wase just received by his now owner/rescuer. – diana.
7/12/22 – Here is the message I received from Rocket’s finder on July 5:
“How would I get help with emergency vet care for a stray cat that has been hanging around my house then disappeared for a couple weeks, this time he showed up horribly skinny and has some kind of infection on his face. He also is not neutered. I am on Disability from recent Liver transplant so my income is limited. He looks so much like My Cat I lost last year of old age I would give him a home, he is friendly and apparently thinks this is home he must have followed my dog thru the doggy door because I woke up to a crying cat. I took a pic of the poor guys face. – Rhonda”
I was able to authorize Rocket’s vet visit where it was found that Rocket had two puncture wounds under his neck, a broken jaw, an abscess caused by the wounds, and a bullet fragment which could have killed him had it been any closer too a vital organ. Rocket received x rays, antibiotics, pain meds, and will return for a check up and his neuter and vaccines. The doctor felt the jaw break would heal with minor impact to Rocket’s quality of life and felt that would be the better route than invasive surgery.
Here are two current photos of Rocket, one with his new buddy, who is trying to show Rocket how to behave. The third photo is of Rocket just one week ago, unless it is taken down by fb. Quite a difference as to what some love and care can do. – diana.
7/11/22 – Young Masters Tree Service is not only a great business but they go out of their way to help kitties in need. Often a kitten/cat will find his way up a tree because he’s being chased or maybe just curious. But, once up, they often find it impossible to get down because of how their paws were created. Young Masters has been there for many cats to not only save them but to then provide medical and then find homes. We have reached out to them and have been trying to help as much as possible. This is Christy, Jessie, and Janet. All rescued from danger and who we were happy to help get them vetted and, in Jessie’s case, seen for an injured back.
7/11/22 – These babies were all found on the street and we were happy to be able to make sure they are healthy, protected, and will not add to the over population of cats. Meet Juniper, Aspen, Hawthorne, Cypress, and Rowan. Thank you Kimberly Wallace and Comfort’s Place for making a difference. – diana.
She’s still pretty congested but yesterday we started her on Azithromycin. Huge thank you to Brenda Girard ! Life saver! Tomorrow I’m going to ask about adding in a steroid to the nebulizer. Today she is eating great! I finally found a food that she really likes. The diarrhea seems to have resolved for now hopefully it stays that way. Her eyes are still really red and she has discharge from her nostril on and off. I’ll take it because her spirits are so good right now! -Gina