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.
The FIRST “Show Me the Money” fundraiser is just two weeks from today. Over 90 animal lovers attended our November event and we hope to match that number and add a few more. Remember that the more people in attendance playing, means more $ in the ‘pot’. Food will be provided by the Firehouse Pub & Grill so all of the proceeds will be used to save the fur orphans on our streets. I’m also attaching the rules to give you a better idea of what to expect (just in case you missed the first event). Hope to See YOU There. – diana.
1/25/23 – Cutee Reba, now a sweet, 9 lb., black female kitten (under 1 year old), is spayed and up to date on vaccines. She was found in September, 2022 as a stray baby kitten with a Cuterebra found in her head. A Cuterebra is “a large, non-biting, fat fly that lays its eggs near rodent or rabbit burrows on grass, rocks, and vegetation. A cat or dog that passes by the area, maybe sniffing out a mouse, may pick up the eggs on her coat. The eggs hatch into larvae and invade the dog or cat through the mouth, nasal passages, or an external wound.” The Cuterebra was removed immediately. She is now looking for a forever home. If you are interested or want more information, please contact Moore Veterinary Hospital (586-466-6133) and ask for Kim. She will send you an application. – Gina