3/25/24 – Sasha was rescued in October and was quickly seen by one of our partner veterinary doctors but due to family issues, beautiful Sasha was not spayed. Tomorrow she will be spayed and updated on any needed vaccines. Due to allergies in the home, Sasha needs a permanent home. Her rescuer, Rebecca, says that Sasha is very sweet and she would make a great pet for a loving home. If you are interested, please contact Rebecca at: [email protected] – diana P.O. Box 84, St. Clair Shores, MI. 48080


3/25/24 – Hope — Thought you’d enjoy seeing the difference your donations make in the life of this sweet girl who would have died a horrible death on the streets if not for the wonderful person who contacted us and the work of our Village which includes our Board members Dee and Gina, Moore Veterinary Hospital, and again, all of our donors. – diana

Double Your Donation Today During the ‘Irene $1000 Memorial Match. P.O. Box 84, St. Clair Shores, MI. 48080

Hope!! Well what can I say….she’s working it! Cuteness overload!

Thank you 4 Paws 1 Heart for sponsoring her medical. Hope’s bite wounds are healing beautifully after no treatment for 3 weeks. At some point trauma to her eye which is being treated. Vaccines and Spay are in the near future for Hope…but in the mean time she’s enjoying a life inside…being so freakin adorable….the love I have for her strength and…well her adorableness! Have a great Sunday! Gina DeLuca Jenio

Please donate to help with Hopes medical and other homeless, abused and stray animals. -Dee


3/24/24 – Silas. In February, 2024 we received the following request for help:

“The cat’s name is Silas. I rescued him in November from a trailer park. He was very hungry and appeared to have an eye infection. I trapped him assuming he was a feral and took him to All About Animals. I had him neutered, combo tested, flea treated, dewormed, and chipped. They noted he had severe conjunctivitis. During his neuter recovery, I crated him in a garage and soon realized he wasn’t feral at all. He had some antibiotics although he seemed completely healthy besides the one eye. After he was properly quarantined for fleas and finished his medicine, I brought him inside to foster in my bedroom separate from other cats here. I spent weeks treating his eye with neopolybac ointment, before realizing he is not dealing with infection, nor is he contagious.

It appears to be damaged from an injury or possibly an eye infection that went untreated when he lived outside. The eyelid is turned inward and the hairs of the eyelid are stuck together firmly. They brush the eyeball keeping it constantly inflamed, and causing the third eyelid to cover an entire half or third of the eye at all times. The third eyelid is always thick, red, and sore looking. The eyeball behind it (the portion you can see) does not appear to be viable. I’m certain it must be blind as it is just a grayish swirly cloud color, it looks more like a marble than an eyeball.

His other eye is perfectly healthy, big, bright, vibrant gold. He is a very fun, friendly, energetic, affectionate cat. He’s less than a year old. He doesn’t fit in too well here with my older cats who don’t want to play with him, so I need to find him a good home. I’m willing to foster him until then, but i can’t afford to have him seen and treated for this. It’s pretty gruesome and it bothers him, so I know it needs to be addressed in order for him to feel better and to be adoptable, and as it is generally disturbing for most people to look at.- Amy”

Well, we were finally able to get Silas into Orion Animal Hospital where Silas had his surgery on March 19. Here is his rescuer’s update:

“I wanted to let you know Silas had his surgery on Tuesday at Orion. It has been a busy week managing his aftercare, so I meant to follow up with you sooner. The vet was wonderful and he is recovering nicely. She also noticed a bb gun pellet in his abdomen and removed it. It’s a struggle wearing the cone, but we’re getting through it per the vet’s instruction to wear it 2 weeks. I can’t thank you enough for helping him and making the process so smooth. He is a really great cat, and too young to have had such a rough life already. Thanks for giving him a fresh start, now he can heal and I will find him an ideal home where he can have fun and be the big kitten he never got to. – Amy”

Anyone interested in adopting Silas can contact me and I will connect you with Amy. [email protected] Remember that you can double your donation during the ‘Irene $1,000 Match’ which will enable us to keep giving these vulnerable strays a second chance at life. Thank you for your consideration and support. – diana P.O. Box 84, St. Clair Shores, MI. 48080