One Girl on a mission

One Girl on a mission
85 TNR/Rescues and counting....

Friday, July 29, 2011

~I'm either lost or I would rather live here~

This is a stray (someone's lost pet) She is spayed and declawed. She has been camping out in my garage and yard the past month. She gets good food and water, but I have brought her inside to stay in my office. She is not getting along with my resident cats, so she is confined in there. I put a poster up at the post office and will have put more up elsewhere and call the Humane Society to see if anyone is looking for her. I might have to walk the neighborhood..Yeah..I love that NOT! I just don't understand people. If you lost your pet wouldn't you do the same? Post an add, walk the neighborhood, put fliers up? She sure is a sweet heart!

Just chillin..

Its just these two left. Miracle has to stick around for a little while. The gray one is up for adoption. I will be reposting him on craigslist this weekend.

Found Their Forever Homes

I am a little late posting this, but this past Sunday, these two cuties went home. The tabby has a miniature Dotson to play with and the Manx has a big brother. I am happy for them. And I am sure they are getting loads of attention.

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

~Get Your Super-Size Photo' Here~

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~Truly a Miracle~

Over three days (4th of July weekend) We were able to raise all the money to save this little ones life. Thanks to many people who gifted both money, prayers and spreading the word. Miracle received her surgery on July 8th at the Metro Hospital in Akron. She is doing better now and has her first follow up visit tomorrow. I hope we get good news. Not as big a poo as I would like, but time will tell. We are now starting to take applications for her adoption. Three people from all over the US. Seattle, Chicago and Maryland. Wow, that really is across country. We have a committee on Facebook that will determine who will be the lucky parent/parents of this little one. There is a big responsibility, since she is famous, to keep up her community.

Sunday, July 17, 2011

Saying Goodbye

These two brothers went to their forever homes today. I am thrilled they could stay together. I always like when they have a buddy with them. We will miss you! Their siblings already are missing them. Hopefully they will be adopted soon too! Good Luck babies!!

Monday, July 11, 2011

~Needing Forever Homes

Application required
Adoption Fees: $35 (includes deworming, Distemper shot)

The Vet said that they are too young for FLiv/FIV because they could get a false positive and be negative at 6 months of age. So, I did a test on one of them and it read negative. Please be advised that when adopting a new pet to have them checked if you have other cats in the house.

I personally do not believe in killing cats that have or carry this disease. You can ask many experts and they can live healthy lives late into there teens.

~A famous little baby~

Thanks to all of her supporters, Miracle Manx has received her surgery. She is recovering now and is at a critical part. She has yet to use her new colon and sphincter so we are praying that she can recover properly with no complications. If she does not produce a bowel movement in the next couple days, she will need to pay a visit to her friends at the ER again. She is a fighter!