3/6/24 – It was March 26, 2019 when we were contacted about this very sweet boy who found his way into the yard of a very kind woman whom we had helped in the past, Alanda. He was taken to one of our partner vets where he was found positive for heart worm. His treatment started immediately. By the end of May, 2019 Blaz had received all of his heart worm treatment, was neutered, vaccinated and ready for adoption. Thankfully, a wonderful couple and follower of 4 Paws 1 Heart read Blaz’s story and fell in love with him. He was adopted and became Gus. They all moved to a northern city in Michigan where Blaz became Gus, lived like a king and even got ‘married’ (haha). Yesterday we learned that our very sweet Gus passed away. Please remember Gus’s mom and dad in your prayers and be thankful for all of the amazing people in our communities that work together to save the most vulnerable. – diana P.O. Box 84, St. Clair Shores, MI. 48080


3/6/24 – On February 23 we were contacted about a cat, Blaze, who was found in a neighboring yard with severe injuries to his face and legs. Blaze was taken to Eaton County Humane Society and was seen by Dr. Diana. He had 5 abscessed wounds on his head and one abscessed wound on his leg. All were treated and today Blaze is doing great per his finder. – diana P.O. Box 84, St. Clair Shores, MI. 48080


3/6/24 – In August, 2023 Athena was one of 3 kittens dumped in Jennifer’s neighbor’s backyard. Athena had a very deep wound in her neck which was filled with maggots, she also had a broken tail. The other two kittens were not injured. 4 Paws 1 Heart paid for all of their medical needs which included the usual spay/neuter, vaccines, testing, but Athena needed treatment for the deep neck wound and a partial amputation of her tail. As you can see, everyone is fully recovered. Athena and Calliope are very bonded and their rescuer, who is fostering for Happy Feet Pet Rescue, is looking for that very special home for both of them; they are still a little shy. Zeus is also looking for his furever home. Here are photos from when everyone was first rescued and today. If you are interested, please contact Jennifer at: [email protected] – diana P.O. Box 84, St. Clair Shores, MI. 48080


What we thought was pain from her deformity developed into a steady decline after her appointment. Claudia began exhibiting neurological behavior and she could not walk or stand on her own. She was suffering and so the kindest and hardest decision was made to end her pain. Please keep her rescuer in your thoughts and prayers. Susan bottle raised, provided food, shelter, and cared for Claudia and her 2 sisters after they were found in a cat colony 7 months ago. She adopted out the 2 other girls and she was committed from the start. We are so sorry for her loss but gratefulfor people like her who do everything they can to help the homeless. Gina P.O. Box 84, St. Clair Shores, MI. 48080