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.
11/27/23 – Again, Jack Skeleton and Sally were rescued in late July and mid August — all in the same area. Both were “skin and bones” when rescued. Jack was only about 6-8 weeks; Sally was a little older. They have both had blood work, vaccinated, tested, and spayed/neutered complements of our donors who make our mission possible. – diana
11/277/23 – Lucy was initially rescued from a mobile home park on July 31. At the time it was thought that she had an upper respiratory infection. Eventually, it was discovered that Lucy had a polyp in her nasal passage. Lucy had the polyp removed and was vaccinated and spayed; she tested negative for fiv and felv. Although it appeared Lucy was getting better, she started having issues again and last week she was again taken to the vet and Dr. Zalac was surprised to see that a polyp had grown back. The polyp will again be removed and we are hoping that this will be the last of Lucy”s issues in that her potential adopters are waiting for a clean bill of health before they take her into their home. Please remember Lucy in your prayers. – diana
He’s a young adult male who was found on the street several weeks ago hungry and scared. His rescuer and Angel Char Dean opened up her heart and home to supply food and shelter. Then she reached out to 4 Paws 1 Heart for medical assistance. The wonderful staff over at Moore Veterinary Hospital were happy to help by examining LB, starting him on his vaccinations, and this pic is from last week when he had his big neuter day.
LB will be safe loved and warm this holiday. If you are looking for a very sweet boy please reach out to Char for more information. Gina