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.
3/8/23 – Gemma was attacked by another dog. Her leg was just “hanging” when she was rescued by Midland County Pit Stop Rescue. Unfortunately, the leg requires amputation and her surgery will be taking place on March 14. Please remember this very sweet dog in your prayers. Only because of your donations can we continue to make a difference in the lives of so many of the animals wandering our streets. – diana.
3/7/23 – Kia was rescued by a man after she was found in an abandoned home in an area known for animals who have been abused and neglected. He had posted a request for help because he could not afford to pay for any medical care. A friend of 4 Paws 1 Heart, whom we’ve helped with other rescues, contacted us to see if we could cover any medical treatment needed. There was a concern that Kia may have been suffering from Pyometra which is most common in older dogs after many years of estrus cycles without pregnancy; the uterine wall undergoes the changes that promotes the disease.
Kia was seen the next day and was spayed; she did have the beginning of pyometra which was treated. She was also vaccinated and tested for heart worm. Thankfully everything went well and Kia is now with her rescuer receiving lots of love and care. – diana.