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.
10/31/22 – Beanstalk, Henry, and Hershey will be ready for a furever home after they get their makeovers this week. Zoe, Snuggle Bug, and Ellie have all been neutered/spayed, tested, and vaccinated and are ready for their loving homes now. If anyone is interested, please contact Sherri at: [email protected] – diana.
10/30/22 – Bought two dozen Krispy Kreme donuts for a family gathering today. I haven’t had a donut since 2020 and, I have to say these glazed donuts were delish. Take a little break and enjoy some deliciousness and help the stray animals in our community. This fundraiser is good in the 370 stores in the US. – diana.
10/30/22 – Our poor feline mascot, Chance, continues to need our help. Please follow his journey on his fb page at this link https://www.facebook.com/asecondchanceforchance, also at his story here. And, please, remember him in your prayers — he’s been through so very much but he is a fighter.-diana.
Only a few more days left to raise the funds to reach our goal for my MRI. It’s set for Nov 5th and it can’t come soon enough. Yesterday I had blood in my urine again and I’m still only going a little bit at a time. Still going through pee pads like crazy, I’m sad missing out being with the rest of the gang and sleeping with mom. I’m not even going to be able to see all the Trick or Treaters tomorrow mom!
MOM: Awwww, don’t worry buddy. We’ll all come downstairs and wear costumes, we’ll watch scary movies on Carla’s tv! It will be great, you’ll see
CHANCE: Will you make Twyla wear a costume?
CHANCE: Mom, I’m sick….pleeeeease???
TWYLA: IM NOT WEARING A COSTUME!!!!
CHANCE: It will make me feel better .
TWYLA: Fine, fine, I’ll do it.
MOM: Oh Chancie, I’m glad to see you haven’t lost your sense of humor!
OK Friends, Now this is a fundraiser you can sink your teeth into!! I love Krispy Kreme donuts and now we alll have a chance to sneak in a few delicious treats while helping the many stray animals on our streets who need our help. Check it out — especially now — I think their Halloween donuts are now available. – diana
10/27/22 – Meet Buck, a 2 year old mixed breed. Buck has a prolapsed urethra and will be undergoing surgery tomorrow. He is with Canine Companions Rescue Center who asked if we could possibly help with his surgery. In that the rescue is working closely with our friends at Orion Animal Hospital, we agreed to help with some funding for the surgery in order to save Buck’s life. The funds raised during our Sweetest Day Match will help us to continue to spay/neuter the overwhelming number of homeless animals roaming our communities and, in this case, save a life. YOUR DONATIONS MAKE A DIFFERENCE. – diana.
10/26/22 – Bella Kitty is the 6th kitten of a litter born under the house of a 4p1h friend. She has one blue eye and one brown eye and she was very sick with an upper respiratory infection. Her eyes were crusted, she was very congested, and her head was tilting. We authorized her to be treated for an upper respiratory infection and thankfully she is now fully recovered and ready to be vaccinated, tested, and spayed. As you can see, she is absolutely beautiful and very sweet. If you are interested in adopting her, please contact Roseann at: [email protected]– diana.
10/25/22 – Lola was found on the streets October 6 with a serious anal discharge which made the rescuer suspect she had pyrometra which is an infection in the uterus. According to PetMD “The term stems from the Latin words “pyro” (which means pus) and “metra” (which means uterus or womb). This condition occurs more frequently in older, unspayed female cats that have had several heat cycles in their lives without getting pregnant.” She was going to be taken to All About Animals and asked for our assistance; she also had a foster lined up. We agreed to help this very sweet orphan and the other day her rescuer sent me an update. Here it is, along with the photos from when she was rescued and now. Your donations make a huge difference in our communities. – Diana.
“Hi Diana, I want to thank you so much for saving Lola’s life! She did in fact have Pyrometra and also tested positive for FIV. The combination would have for sure killed her if she had been left outside and untreated. And she is young, they estimated her age between 1 – 2 yrs old. Between you and the young lady who had recently started feeding her in the trailer park, who noticed the discharge and reached out for help, Lola’s life was undoubtedly saved. The doctor advised to wait on her vaccines due to the Pyrometra and FIV, so as to not overwhelm her fragile body.
I’ve attached pictures of Lola in her foster home. She is doing very well and becoming spunkier by the day. I know you were/are on hold, so I appreciate even more your willingness to help save this young kitty’s life. Thank you so much for all you do for so many homeless animals!! Many would not receive the help they need and would not survive if not for the help of 4P1H. The entire rescue community appreciates you so very much!! – Carolyn”
10/23/22 – This update is proof that just because a kitten/cat is found wandering the streets it doesn’t always mean the feline is feral or can never be a loving pet within a nice, warm home. – diana.
I’m happy to report that Kimchi found his forever home today with a wonderful couple from Milford who recently lost their two senior kitties that were 20 years old. They made an instant connection and he is settling in well tonight. Kimchi was supposed to be a tnr kitty and during his short hold time, showed promise of wanting human attention so I let him chill in my office to assess him. I finished off his vaccines, got him triple tested for heartworm, fiv/felv (-) and microchipped.
Thank you for supporting TNVR and so many displaced kitties out there needing help.- Julie