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 so happy to report that Snow is doing great! Huge thank you to his current medical foster and long time friend Lisa for taking wonderful care of him. Also, thank you Mar, Dawn, and Darr for the donations of food and litter. And, of course 4 Paws 1 Heart for covering his Neuter and vaccines. You can follow his original story on our website (type snow in the search box, upper right). Gina
I love having Snow with me! He is so sweet, vocal, and loves ear scratches. He loves his treats when he’s done getting his bandage changed! Thank you for trusting me with his care. And thank you everybody who donated food and treats (he loves them) – Lisa Marie
9/23/23 – Lots of Fun ahead to benefit the stray animals helped through 4 Paws 1 Heart. Tomorrow, Sunday, will be the “Unofficial Official Roast of Screamin’ Scott Randall” at Freddy’s Bar and Grill. Hope to see many of Scott’s friends as well as our many 4 Paws 1 Heart friends.
Then on Thursday, September 28 it’s the Lions vs the Bears and once again we will be enjoying the game at Colleen’s Irish Pub in St. Clair Shores. We will have some great Lions Swag for raffles as well as a stunning football signed by the Green Bay Packers in 2022. The ball is authenticated through the NFL Green Bay Packers. And, for those of you who don’t know.– Colleen’s will be under new ownership in the near future so this will be our last ‘hurrah’ under the generous Colleen’s ownership. BUT, we have met the new owners–great people– who we hope to work with when their new place opens.
Lastly, after this week I’ll be reporting on another exciting fundraiser planned for Sadie Hawkins Day (February 29, 2024). So, please continue to follow us and please share with your friends and family. – diana
9/23/23 – On September 18 I posted Leo’s story. He had been found alone, very thin with many wounds on his body and barely able to stand. He was seen by one of our partner vets at Five Mile Animal Hospital in Redford where his wounds were treated and he was given medication for infection. He had a follow up visit to be neutered and vaccinated and last Thursday, his rescuer, Cristin, sent me the following update:
“Leo is recovering from his neuter surgery and his x-rays yesterday. He is very sweet and appreciative of rescue! He also doesn’t have any broken bones or spinal injury, which is really great He is gaining weight and learning to walk again and can relax. Leo loves his orange slice collar because it also doubles as a pillow for him to sleep and rest – Cristin”
Leo will be looking for his furever home when he is fully recovered. – diana