8/22/23 Snow Update

The wound is slowly healing with daily bandage changes. I am looking for someone to take him over the next 2 weekends Fri or Sat to Monday I really could use help. Please message me if willing to assist in getting him over this hump for healing. Located in Saint Clair Shores. My email is [email protected]. This is from today. Thank you, Gina P.O. Box 84, St. Clair Shores, MI. 48080


8/22/23 – You might remember Kizmet, if not you can see her story on our website or our posting of July 26. The short story was that she was found after being accidentally run over by a hi-lo. Her siblings were dead but Kizmet was alive although her little leg was nearly hanging off of her body. Our great friends and doctor at Orion Animal Hospital took her in right away and part of her leg was amputated. She was then put into the excellent hands of our friend Emily K. There have been so many cases lately that I failed to give you updates as has provided by Emily but here they are:

8/2/23 – Emily reported that sweet Kizmet was doing much better although had a few rough days. For the first few days fluid was filling up around her chest wound under the skin. Emily had to “poke” and drain a huge pocket of fluid on a nightly basis. Everything done was with Dr. Zalac’s permission and guidance. The fluid appeared to have been a seroma probably from the trauma the baby’s body suffered. Kizmet’s leg was healing beautifully but finally she was showing interest in being bottle fed after being tube fed during the first week.

8/15/23 – Kizmet was well enough to get her first vaccine.

8/16/23 – Kizmet continued to be improving but her little stump was very irritated so Emily ordered silicon thimbles to protect the stump until she’s big enough for full amputation of her leg. Emily was also going to check in with Pawsitive Steps Rehabilitation & Sports Medicine to see if there was anything else we should be doing. Emily also said her “purr motor is on point.”

8/22/23 – And today I spoke with Courtney at Orion Animal Hospital and she reported that Kizmet was just at the office for another follow up. Here she is with her little thimble. Kizmet is still doing great but Dr. Zalac confirmed that Kizmet’s leg would have to be amputated when she is big enough.

Continued prayers for this little girl who’s been through so much. Only with your donations can we continued the work we do. Thank YOU. – diana P.O. Box 84, St. Clair Shores, MI. 48080


8/22/23 – Saving those who have no one else is all about relationships. We are so very proud of our relationships with some of the best veterinary hospitals in our communities. Orion Animal Hospital, owned by Dr. Natalie Zalac, and staffed by amazing professionals is one of those hospitals.

We are so thankful to be able to help Autumn. It is suspected that she was thrown out of a car after being embedded with a bot fly. The person who found her threatened to leave her by the side of the road if someone didn’t take her. Of course, we said yes when we were asked to help. Courtney advised that she is very sweet and is looking for her furever home. If anyone can give her the love and care she deserves, please private message Courtney. – diana

Autumn was found eating from a dumpster. It appears she had a previous wound that has healed and some road rash . She is so incredibly sweet and will be searching for her forever home soon!

PLEASE SPAY AND NUETER YOUR PETS! We now have a cat in a dog rescue lol

I have had a lot of help this year from 4paws1heart and I am asking that we make some donations back to them, if possible! – Courtney P.O. Box 84, St. Clair Shores, MI. 48080