We have also recently helped with a nuisance dog situation, ducks in a park situation, and a Canadian geese situation.
Allie, Dawn, Marco, John, Rudy, and Jazman
Meet Allie (top left) and her five precious puppies, Dawn, Marco, John, Rudy, and Jazman! Mom and her five puppies were surrendered a few months ago. The puppies were so young that their eyes were not open when our founder, Ann, brought them from the shelter into a save environment for fostering. Ann has adopted the Mom, Allie, who is 7 years old. Her five adorable babies have all been adopted into their forever homes!
Shadow was an abandoned feline who found her loving home!
Liberty was found on the 4th of July, thus the name!
Fiona just found a new forever home!
This is a picture of Bigfoot. The vet estimated that he is about three and a half years old. He spent 13 months as a ward of the Community Cat Connection in Webster, a non-kill shelter. He's FIV positive and healthy as a horse, though he does tend to have a delicate stomach. His owners consider him a definite daddy's boy and have to spend a little while every day cuddling and holding him, which is always a joy. He is an absolute love.
This gorgeous kitty is CeCe. Upon first meeting her, she was rather reserved but with a little TLC she has come out of her shell. She is another rescue cat and is a joy to be around.
Joey the HImalayan
Joey was rescued after being found on 146A. He was adopted into a loving home where he lived with feline and canine friends who loved his laid back personality!
This is a picture of Picasso. He was caged with Bigfoot and is also FIV positive. He is pure curiosity and a bundle of love, though his curiosity occasionally gets him into trouble. Another very healthy FIV kitty. He is estimated to be about two and half years old.
This is a beautiful cat named Benjie. With our help, he was able to be nursed back to health after suffering a stroke.
This beautiful cat is Wobbles. She has cerebellar hypoplasia, a disorder found in cats and dogs in which the cerebellum is not completely mature at birth. Usually symptoms of cerebellar hypoplasia can be seen immediately at birth in cats, but sometimes can take two months or so to become apparent in dogs. Cerebellar hypoplasia causes jerky movements, tremors and generally uncoordinated motion. Most animals with CH will fall frequently and have trouble walking. Wobbles is no exception, though she has the most wonderful spirit and is one of the happiest kittens we have ever seen, especially when held by her owners. This picture shows just how loving she can be!
MISTYBLUE, GRADIE, AND RUSSELL
MistyBlue (Bluetick Coonhound), Gradie (grey cat) and Russell (Maine Coon) were all rescues and now live together in their forever home!