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.
5/2/23 – Missy was thrown outside after her elderly owner died. She showed up pregnant at the home of a kind homeowner who took her in. Missy had her babies, Daisy, Willow, Basil, and Tank, just before Easter and we were contacted for help. The family was willing to care for the new family and find great homes but they were unable to cover all of the vet care. Thankfully, we can help and everyone has their appointment to be tested, vaccinated, and spayed/neutered in June. May God Bless the Rescuers and the hard-working vet staffs who work at the low-cost clinics dedicated to reducing the overpopulation of animals. I don’t know what we would do without All About Animals Rescue, Humane Society of St. Clair (SNAP), The Paws Clinic, and Comfort’s Place. – diana
5/2/23 – Molly was adopted from a municipal animal shelter in December. Little did she know that the shelter did not vet their animals before adopting them out. When her adopter took Molly to a vet to be vaccinated and examined it was discovered that she had State 3 Heart Worm. Molly was given her first injection and shortly after had a horrendous reaction where she had to go into an emergency hospital. That is when we were contacted. Over the next few months we covered a cardiology test to determine if Molly could safely withstand other heart worm treatment and it was decided to continue. Yesterday, I heard from the veterinary owner that Molly had her last treatment and that she did great. I later heard from her new mom, Julie, who said that Molly was being kept quiet but had not significant reactions and was doing well. Over these many months, Molly has wormed her way into the hearts of everyone at the vet hospital and we are so happy for this sweet girl. She will soon be on her way to a total recovery with lots of love and care. Molly and Julie can’t thank you enough. – diana
5/2/23 4:50 P.M. UPDATE: Lenny is on his way home. We sincerely thank Veterinary Medical Hospital in Flint for the great care they gave Lenny and to the doctor who took time out of his busy day to talk with me twice. And, to his rescuer, Jody who waited 3.5 hours to get into the vet yesterday and had a sleepless night worrying about this sweet boy. – diana
5/2/23 – Lenny Update. I spoke with the doctor this morning and he advised that Lenny’s wound was much worse than thought. He believed the wound was not caused by a dog attack but by a possible cat bite which became abscessed. Upon surgery, the doctor found that the skin around the wound was already dying and severely infected. The surgery required leaving a much deeper opening but the doctor felt with proper care and time the injury would heal. Otherwise, a specialist could be contacted to discuss skin grafting. Lenny had to stay overnight but the plan is for him to be released this afternoon. He will be visiting the doctor for a follow up in the near future.
Without the donations of our many supporters, animals who have no one — like Lenny — would die horrible deaths on the streets. But instead, Lenny will have a new lease on life and a chance for a loving home. Lenny thanks YOU. – diana