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.
If you have an animal lover in your life, show your love with a donation to 4 Paws 1 Heart instead of using flowers which will die or candy which will be eaten. A donation to 4 Paws 1 Heart changes the lives of those who have no one else. – diana
HI, Fergus here. I’m manning up to do this post to you lovelies because foster Mommy can’t stop crying (really being a babbling idiot) to write it herself. SOOOO here I go….so after being returned back to our foster home 5 months ago….OUR NEW HUMANS FOUND US!!! We nailed the meet and greet last night! They fell head over heels for us and just in time for Valentines Day! Hearts all around….especially to 4 Paws 1 Heart who takes care of medical for stray, abandoned and abused animals. If you have a heart – donate! Fergus and Ivan…signing out! – Dee
2/13/23 – Momma, a stray cat, was being cared for by a kind man who lived alone. One day she showed up with two kittens. A shelter was built for the family but one day one of the kittens was found dead by the side of the road. The other kitten went on to have a litter where one eventually died after being injured. A home was found for the two remaining kittens and that mom. But the original Momma remained elusive until one day she showed up with 3 kittens. During this time, the elderly man had been hospitalized and when he got back to his home his ‘caretaker’ didn’t allow any cats within the home. His daughter continued to feed the cats as they remained outdoors. As in so many cases in which too many of us experience, the rescuer’s dad could no longer live in his home and we were contacted to help end the cycle of births while the daughter and her husband took in the family. So, here is Momma, Lil Squirt, Willow, and Bright Eyes. As the family continues to care for two parents unable to care for themselves, they are working on socializing the feline family so that everyone can eventually be adopted. We were, once again, thankful to be able to get everyone tested, vaccinated, spayed/neutered. – diana
Thank you so much to Diana & 4 Paws 1 Heart for helping! I truly am forever grateful for your help, understanding & compassion! You truly are a blessing to these beautiful cats and all the other cats & dogs you have helped. I will continue to work on socializing all of them & keep you updated! – Sherry