Pecan Update ♡
I’m so happy and relieved to say that this little girl is now being fostered in a home where she will no doubt thrive.
When I took Pecan it was only to get her through her most critical moments. Now she is with a good friend who is able to give her the attention, interaction, socialization, and love she so desperately deserves. She will see a specialist to determine her vision capabilities and she will still require surgery on the ruptured eye.
Pecan has a long road ahead with basic vaccines, spay surgery, and addressing her eye issues.
It’s the special little Christmas miracles like Pecan that heal us without even knowing it…
Without your support Pecan wouldn’t be here so THANK YOU, 4 paws 1 heart friends and supporters for allowing us to help make these miracles happen ♡
1/1/21 – Tiny Update. Please say a prayer that he starts eating on his own. – diana
Hi Team, its me….Tiny!!!
Guess what?! I made
annnnd I’m eating a little bit on my own!!! I’m still getting supplemented with syringe feeding of A.D. and still getting my meds. I even played a little bit with toys and made biscuits on my new blankets Chances mom brought me. Chances mom and Aunt Deb are taking great care of me until I’m all better and able to go home. Dont mind my eyes, that’s just the camera and my eyes are watery cus I’m super congested but I’m headed in the right direction so far so please still keep me in your prayers.
This little girl is doing well ♡
Great news is that she might have some vision in her right eye!!!
Time will tell.. The ruptured eye will need to be removed eventually. These animals amaze me..♡ Thank God “4 paws 1 heart” was able to give her a chance by covering her medical care after she was found in very critical condition by a good Samaritan. ♡
Since Christmas Eve Pecan has gained almost 1 pound, her discharge has almost cleared up, her fleas are gone, and her will to live is STRONG. ♡
I’m happy to be a part of her new journey. ♡
I am looking for a home for this special needs kitty. If you are interested in more information please email me. Please share
with hopes to help me find her placement.
12/29/20 – Delphine was from an accidental litter. The owners were giving her up because they couldn’t take her to the vet. She had an upper respiratory infection, conjunctivitis, ear mites, and intestinal parasites Thanks to 4Paws 1 Heart’s generous donors, Delphine was able to be taken almost immediately to the vet and look at her just 3 days after taking antibiotics. – diana
12/28/20 – Taco was seen limping and loose during our snow storm in mid-December. It took awhile for the rescuer to catch him but she did and although she is willing to give him a furever home, she couldn’t afford to have him seen for what appears to be an injured paw. We were contacted and Taco was authorized to see one of our partner vets. Taco saw the vet last week but it was determined that he would have to be put under in order to have x-rays taken. Taco was vaccinated and had a general wellness check and is now scheduled for next week to be not only x-rayed but to also be neutered. Unfortunately, Taco did not have a microchip nor did an owner come forward. We will update after Taco’s next vet visit. – diana