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.
8/23/23 – Scrappy was found on the street with an injury to his back and front right leg. His finder could not find anyone to claim him and took him to Project Hope in Pontiac which x rayed the leg and found two fractures; they also did blood work and vaccinated him. He was then referred to another vet (whom we’ve worked with) to have the leg put in a cast. This was done and we were able to assist with most of the cost of casting and the other day, his rescuer and now permanent mom, reported that Scrappy is doing great, loves her cats as well as her grandchildren, and will have a loving home from now on.
As an after note, there is no doubt in my mind that if Scrappy had not been rescued, he would have surely wound up killed by a car or used as bait for dog fighting. Saving lives — 4 Paws at a tiime! – diana
6/27/23 – Rescued from a breeder after she endured several years of forced ‘baby making’. She is 14 years old and was in need of dental care before infections could set in. We are not sure, at this time, of the extent of the dental work needed but we hope to make her remaining years happier than her earlier ones. She is now in a home with lots of love and care and fur siblings. – diana
Double your Donation during the “1776 July 4th Matching Campaign”. Instead of fireworks, save a life. The “Match’ ends July 4, 2023.
5/23/23 – Tater, the little puppy with parvo has been released today and we helped a bit more with the final bill. We are thankful for Streethearts Dog Rescue and if anyone is interested in this baby, please be sure to contact them and follow Tater on their FB page. – diana
5/3/23 – Their rescuer is a retired widow who realized there were 9 homeless cats in her neighborhood. So far, she has trapped who she thinks is the masculine culprit to the population — Big Daddy — and Olivia, Sandy, and Pepper. 4 Paws was thankful to have been contacted so that we could play a role in making sure more babies aren’t born. They were all taken to All About Animals in Flint for their spay/neuter, rabies vaccine, and flea/parasite treatment. – diana.