3/22/24 – A very kind woman who is scheduled for back surgery in April, couldn’t turn her back on this poor cat in need. She found him in a mobile home park where several of the homes are being torn down. He had an obvious issue with his eye and after being rescued, his rescuer was able to take a closer look at the eye and she thinks it is gone. He has an appointment scheduled for March 27 and we’ve asked the rescuer to keep in contact with the clinic just in case an opening pops up.- diana P.O. Box 84, St. Clair Shores, MI. 48080


3/22/24 – The ‘Irene $1,000 Memorial Match’ is in high gear and this is the perfect opportunity to double your donation as we continue to cover the medical needs of so many stray and abused animals on our streets.

Zillow was pulled out of a garage with another dog. Make a Difference Rescue accompanied the Michigan State Police to save him. I’m sure there is more to this story but the bottom line is that, once again, a village came together, including law enforcement, to give abused animals a second chance. I do not know anything about the second dog but we were thankful to be able to help by covering Zillow’s vaccines, testing, and neuter. If you are interested in this handsome boy, please contact Make a Difference Rescue. – diana YOUR DONATIONS SAVE LIVES P.O. Box 84, St. Clair Shores, MI. 48080

Zillow is the sweetest boy! Loves hanging with people, good on a leash, easy going pup. I met him at an adoption event. – Ali


Hope was surrendered to me 2 days ago so that she could receive medical treatment through 4 Paws 1 Heart. She will now experience the live and kindness she so desperately needs..

Her is her story…

Meet “Hope”

I received an email last week from a young girl in Detroit who said that 3 months ago the neighbor tossed this girl outside and moved out of the home. What’s worse is they took her litter of kittens and dumped her like garbage. I communicated back and forth all week with this sweet young girl who noticed injuries to the side of the shoulder/neck area, likely from an attack. She temporarily brought kitty inside but needed help wth placement and medical treatment. Everyone is full and on top of it she was moving back home this weekend wth patents and would have to put Hope back outside to fend for herself.

I contacted a board member Dee and told her the story. She jumped into action and said get her here and we will figure it out!!!

Dee named the kitty Hope, for a hopeful future with no more pain, hunger, or fear.

Two days ago the neighbor surrendered her to me and we have run several tests. Hope knows we are helping and she has been extremely sweet and tolerant.

Her right eye has uveitis secondary to trauma, she has several punctures, she’s thin, her bloodwork shows anemia, so the goal is get her treatment done and address the basics like vaccines and Spay surgery in a couple weeks.

Please, if you would like to help Hope here is the link and your donationis doubled because we have a match going on for 2 weeks!♡ An estimate for her treatment, tests, meds, and vetting is about $600. Gina P.O. Box 84, St. Clair Shores, MI. 48080