2/2/24 – Scott showed up in a colony once cared for by a friend of 4 Paws 1 Heart. Unfortunately, she passed away but her friend, Danica, made sure the cats continued to be cared for. Scott was limping and had a difficult time putting weight on his paw. I recently followed up on Scott and Danica advised that Scott had a fracture which would heal itself. Danica had hoped to find a sanctuary but was not successful. The good news is that Danica decided to give Scott a permanent home with her. Although, Scott isn’t ‘snugly’ he like to be close and loves being on the couch. Scott still limps due to arthritis but he is one lucky, loved feline. – diana P.O. Box 84, St. Clair Shores, MI. 48080


2/1/24 – CORRECTION: Mona was not spayed; I authorized spay when appropriate. Sorry for the misinformation.The heart worm test was negative.

Mona was dumped at the Saginaw Animal Control Shelter. They were full and couldn’t keep her. A friend of 4 paws 1 heart who is a member of a rescue was able to get her and asked if we could cover her medical; especially, heart worm test, vaccines, spay, and blood work at this time. This was all done yesterday but I’m waiting for the results of the heart worm test. Paws crossed. – diana P.O. Box 84, St. Clair Shores, MI. 48080

4 Paws 1 Heart will always authorize spay/neuter for any stray animal we are asked to assist with medical treatment. The spay/neuter may not happen at the time of the initial visit in that many vets require a pre-visit, blood work, etc. Also, if the animal is sick, the spay/neuter will be scheduled when the animal is well. Our mission is to reduce the number of stray animals on our streets by providing medical treatment and that can only be done by ensuring the animal is never able to cause a pregnancy or have a pregnancy. – diana