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.
Paws crossed.. I’m sorry for the graphic pic but this is why we need your support because of animals like this who are found injured, in pain, and helpless. We were contacted today and fortunately able to get him in for care. Thank you Moore Veterinary Hospital for allowing us to get help initiated for Snow even though the schedule was packed. His angel rescuer, Amanda, can sleep well tonight knowing he is in good hands. I’ll update tomorrow once we have been able to address the wound. For now, antibiotics, pain medication, and fluids have been given to get him comfortable and stable for anesthesia in the morning. If you would like to donate our link is –
8/15/23 – It was July 20, 2023 when I first heard from Carolyn about a local mobile home park which was being cleared of all of the mobile homes. Carolyn reported that cats were scattering everywhere as heavy equipment and vehicles were being brought in. The park management began to kick out caretakers of the stray cats who had been left behind and left to multiply. Bob was one of those poor animals. He was found squatting beneath a trailer which was scheduled to be torn down. Bob appeared to be in a great deal of pain around his mouth; the rescuer was concerned about a serious infection. Bob also appeared to have an upper respiratory infection. Carolyn and her friend were doing everything possible to catch the many cats and get them vetted/spayed/neutered on their own but they needed help for Bob. We were thankful to be a part of that Village and offered to help in any way we could. Bob has been treated for the infections and will have dental surgery on August 22. Carolyn reported today that Bob is stable, eating and grooming but still in some pain. Please pray for all of the animals on our streets. You may be seeing more and more posts from us because of the overwhelming number of requests for help that we’ve been getting. One last thing I’d like to add — when I asked Carolyn to give me a name for the cat (as I normally do) she said this: “I am calling him Bob because he appears to have just been ignored, forgotten or invisible to people, as in the movie “What About Bob”. – diana
Only with your donations can we continue to save the lives of so many and relieve their pain and stop the overpopulation. God Bless the Rescuers and our amazing Veterinary Doctors and Staffs.
8/15/23 – She appeared to have a broken leg which was later confirmed when her rescuer took her to a local veterinary clinic. Penelope’s leg was x-rayed and the doctor diagnosed a broken femur and advised her rescuer that the surgery would cost $2,500. Because the rescuer could not afford the surgery, Penelope was given an injection for pain and her leg was wrapped; that is when we were contacted. We authorized Penelope to be seen by one of our amazing veterinary partners, Dr. Lynch, at Patterson Veterinary Hospital. Dr. Lynch confirmed the diagnosis and Penelope had her surgery.
Penelope’s rescuer reported yesterday that Penelope is doing great and her follow up appointments have confirmed the leg is healing properly.
Two lives (one human and one feline) changed because of the generosity of our donors. Thank YOU – diana
Charger, Harley, Miata, and Nova are ready for homes! 4 Paws 1 Heart covered all medical and if you’re interested please contact Natalie at [email protected]. Our donation link to help more homeless like these babies is: