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.
5/10/23 – We reported on Puffins on March 20, 2023 who was thought to have a fracture but it turned out to be a serious leg infection. He is doing great. During the process of helping Puffins, two males and one female showed up in May. Man’s, Olly, and Jupiter eventually showed up and we were happy to make sure none of them will be responsible for babies ever again. They were all tested, vaccinated, and spayed/neutered complements of 4 Paws 1 Heart and our amazing donors. The boys are being fostered by the rescuer and Jupiter has been placed in a home. – diana
5/9/23 – They were both with a person who got evicted and moved in with someone whoo refused to have cats in her home. Miley is 5 and Baby is 3. They had never been taken to a vet and Miley had a litter of kittens 4 months prior to when she was rescued by our friend, and independent rescuer, Bonnie. the woman actually had a male in the home and it’s unknown what happened to the male at the time of the eviction but the former owner said she had given away the kittens. In addition to a snap test, vaccines and spay, Miley had 3 teeth removed and Baby is healthy. They are both with a foster looking for their furever home. – diana