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.
It’s forecasted to be 75 degrees and sunny for Saturday’s 4 Paws 1 Heart Golf Outing and it is NOT too late to sign up. It’s at Marsh Oaks/Oak Ridge Golf Course. Hope to see many of our friends then. – diana
9/11/23 – Squeaks is another abandoned baby found on the streets this past summer by a very kind woman not new to rescue. She asked for our help in having Squeaks tested vaccinated, and spayed so that she could find a furever home, and that’s exactly what we did. – diana
Sorry Squeaks photo was not included. But it will be!!
9/11/23 – In early Summer this sweetheart was found after being dumped in a field in Detroit. Because of the volume of rescues with severe needs being taken care of Make A Difference Animal Rescue we were asked to help with Baby’s testing and standard medical treatment. We are thankful to be able to help some of our great rescue groups who take up the heavy load of rescuing, sheltering, and caring for the needs of animals who have been abandoned and left to fend for themselves. – diana
9/11/23 – Tess. This beautiful baby was rescued from a hoarding situation at the start of this past weekend. It appeared she had an upper respiratory infection and was very undernourished. Plans were made to get Tess into a vet today to be treated for the infection and then at a later date to be seen at another partner vet to take care of the usual medical needs and follow up for the infection. But, unfortunately last night Tess took a turn for the worse. Rebekah, Tess’ rescuer, reported that Tess’ stomach had distended and appeared to have constipation. I wasn’t able to see this until this morning and sadly, Tess, passed away. What has been going on with these poor animals has been so disheartening and heartbreaking for the rescuers. We can only find some comfort in knowing Tess died with lots of love and not lonely, suffering on the streets. – diana
9/11/23 – Trezza’s story was posted in June and July and now both Trezza and Sophia are scheduled for their dental on September 20. They’ve both been through a lot and we very much appreciate the people who got involved, like Kim Thompson, who saw two animals in need and took action. We’ve supported both through their journey and we pray that just the dental surgery will be the answer for Trezza and that she does not have cancer. But, if we do get the worst news, Kim is committed to giving Trezza her best life in the years she has left. – diana
Sophia is at Orion animal hospital for her dental consult thanks to 4 Paws 1 Heart. Sophia has a broken and cracked canine tooth and some others that may need to come out. This sweet momma is estimated to be 5 to 6 years old and came from Detroit with 4 girl babies all badly infested with fleas that sadly was the cause of the torti baby passing
They are also helping with a dental and a biopsy on Trezza that came to me back in early May with what was thought to be a broken jaw. Trezza still has the lump at the back of the left side of her jaw and still drools alot. Shes estimated to be 7 to 8 years old but looks alot older.
If anyone can donate to 4paws1heart to help with these 2 sweethearts it’s greatly appreciated. Just put a note that it’s for Sophia and Trezza please. – Kim