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.
3/20/23 – Thunder had his surgery last week (see post from March 9). He showed up at the rescuer’s home with a severe wound on his side which was abscessed. The infection was much worse than thought but he came out of surgery like a champ and now he’s a permanent member of the family and loves to cuddle. His mom and rescuer reported that Thunder seems to know how lucky he is and is very sweet and loving. A huge thanks to the staff of Orion Animal Hospital for taking such good care of the many animals we help.- diana.
3/20/23 – Precious had already been vaccinated and spayed compliments of 4 Paws 1 Heart but now needed a serious shaving due to severe mats and an eye exam for what appears to be an infection. She will be visiting our great partner veterinary, Patterson Veterinary Hospital this week. – diana.
3/20/23 – Last week was a busy week for cats needing help. Some serious and some just needing spay/neuter/vaccines and being released to where they were found. I’ll start with Puffins.
Puffins is a stray cat who had been showing up at the rescuers home but late last week he showed up dragging his hind legs. The rescuer thought he might have been hit by a car. We authorized an emergency visit where he was examined, had blood taken, as well as x rays. There were no breaks or sprains thankfully but he was found to have a severe infection and was given antibiotics. Today the doctor reported that his blood work and x rays looked good. This week Puffins will be taken to our partner vet, Patterson Veterinary Hospital, for a follow up exam and will be scheduled for his neuter. Puffins is doing great and is a very sweet cat who will never be outside again. – diana.