Domino In His Foster Home

This is Domino. His owner surrendered him when he became ill. He is now healthy and can’t wait to find someone to love.   He is loving his new foster home and our friends at Hopeful Heart Animal Rescue will have him up for adoption. ~ diana

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Diezel had an injury to his rear leg

6/25/13 He had an injury to his rear leg. A Pit Bull Mix and 4 Paws 1 Heart fixed him up. His foster mom (Julie) decided to adopt him and he is here cuddling with Julie’s grandson on the couch. Our good friends from Misfit Angels took him under their wing to help us with placement into a forever home. ~ diana

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Sabs & Breezy

5/24/13 Even though Gina said she was taking a slight respite from fostering any babies, here she is again taking in two abandoned 2-week- old male kittens. We asked for help in naming them.  A friend of 4 Paws 1 Heart suggested that we name them after a young woman, Sabrina, who was often called “Sabs” and “Breezy”.  Sabrina worked at Platz Veterinary hospital and was loved by many for her caring ways with humans and animals.  Unfortunately, Sabrina was murdered in her home but we are honored that we can keep her legacy alive in these sweet little boys.~ diana

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Francine Left Behind

March 28, 2013 – Francine is being fostered by A Scooter’s ResQ to help her find her furever home.


Francine was brought into emergency to be euthanized. The owner didn’t want her anymore because she hid in the house and wasn’t a sociable cat. He claimed she was “not touchable”. After hearing his story things didn’t add up so we let her out of the trap to see how she would act. She let us pet her, trim her nails, pick her up, and brush her. Frances was left behind after a divorce two years ago. She is 9 years old, long haired, beautiful female, fixed, and on the shy side. Not enough reason to euthanize her! We offered the owner to surrender Frances to “4 Paws 1 Heart” and he was glad to. She is in good hands and she will find a forever home with someone who can give her the love and affection she so desperately needs.
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Charlie in his New Home

Charlie is doing wonderfully in his new home with his new foster dad. He is getting tons of love, attention, training and play time. Thanks to Doctor Balaj, Charlie survived his parvo treatment and he will live a long happy life. Our friends at Dog Aide – 2012 will make sure that his future will be filled with unconditional love. ~ Gina

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Josie Finds a Foster Home

February 19, 2013 This dog showed up on the porch of one of our facebook friends. Her co-worker said that she would give her a home but after spaying and obedience training, the person felt the dog was too strong for her to control. The owners name is Pat. Her contact info is daisy2510@aol.com. She is currently being boarded at her Union Lake Vet in Waterford but the vet will only keep her another week as a favor to the owner. Josie is being medicated with Prozac and zanax and feels Josie should continue on these meds because they feel she has severe separation anxiety. She is 35 lbs and approx 1.5 yrs old and mixed with Staffordshire terrier. We’re putting out a call for help to all of our rescue friends. ~ diana

February 26, 2013 Update: Tonya Fransioli
“HI, want to thank you again for posting Josie. While she hasn’t found a forever home, she did get picked up by Pitbull Parents Rehab and Rehome, and I am happy for that. They posted some pics of her on fb and it appears she is doing great. Thanks again ~Tonya”
February 26, 2013 Update:

Check Out Josie’s new photo’s on the Pitbull Parents’ fb page. How nice to see her out of a kennel and on a couch. Here’s what her new foster family has to say: ~ diana

“Josie – Itty Bitty Pittie (5 photos)
Everyone – Meet Josie our Itty Bitty New Pittie. Josie is about 1-2 years old and loves people! She loves people so much, she doesn’t want to be left alone. Other than her little quirk to keep you close by, she is full of energy and loves to sit on your lap and give you kisses.”

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MAN WITH BRAIN INJURY WAS FORCED TO GIVE UP HIS DOG

2/13/13  MAN WITH BRAIN INJURY WAS FORCED TO GIVE UP HIS DOG. AFTER RECEIVING THIS LETTER FROM MAGGIE AND SHARING THIS STORY WE FOUND HELP FOR HARLEY WITHIN 1 DAY…**********
GINA..
I work with adults with traumatic brain injuries. One of my clients, Brian, is being strong-armed into giving up his dog. He lives in a residential program who allowed him to have this dog and now has changed their mind. Due to his injury, if he does not comply with the program there will be much trouble for him, including losing his place to live and the therapies that he requires to continue to heal.

He is very concerned that Harley will somehow end up mistreated, used for fighting or bait or some other bad situation. Brian does not have the means to properly find someone trustworthy.

This man has lost so much and now he is losing his companion in an unfair situation he has no say in. I want to be able to help him with some reassurance. For Brian to feel Harley will have an good chance to find the right home and be loved, as he deserves to be. I am looking for someone to help us.

He is about 13 months, a mastiff-pit, about 80 pounds, neutered and up to date on shots. Housebroken, never crated and likes to chew on things. He is supposed to be a goofy lover type, though I have not met him.

Any help, or direction, you could give us would mean so much.

Thank you,

Maggie
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Good morning Gina.
Thank you for forwarding the information.
Last night we found a place to take Harley, thanks to you. He will be leaving Brian’s this weekend, he asked me to send a heartfelt “thank you” to you. He is going to Christine’s Critter Cafe.
I met Harley yesterday, I wish I had the room, with some patience and training he is going to be an amazing dog.
We did briefly discuss the media and he decided against it.
Again, thank you for your help and helping with Brian’s peace of mind.
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THANK YOU “CHRISTINE’S CRITTER CAFE” FOR RESPONDING TO OUR CRY FOR HELP. IF YOU NEED ANY ASSISTANCE PLEASE LET US KNOW! ~ GINA

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