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.
I’m sorry it’s taken a couple days, but this girl has kept me busy watching her closely. She was feeling no pain on her drugs, but it was to the extreme that I was worried she would hurt herself. She’s finally come down a lot and she is eating wonderful! There has been a small amount of blood from her nose which is expected. We have 4 – 6 more weeks to go with multiple trips to the hospital in Flint and anesthesia for nasal flushes, but I’m very hopeful this will all work! The doctors and team at Animal Surgical Center are incredible. Thank you all for continued prayers, calls, texts, and messages. I’ll update again soon!
5/24/23 – Billy was trapped by a very kind woman who, all alone, has been trying to control the cat population in her Senior Park. She had earlier had Billy (6 years old) neutered but some time later he showed up with an injured eye. It was infected, and swollen and Billy could hardly keep his eye open. She contacted us for help. Billy was treated at Orion Animal Hospital. – diana
5/24/23 -Brennan and Dale were rescued from the streets in Theresa’s neighborhood. They are being tested, vaccinated, and spayed at one of our great clinics, Patterson Veterinary in Clinton Twp. They will need a furever home. If you are interested, please contact: [email protected] – diana