Red Paw Emergency Relief Team made two rescues that made for one very gratifying reunion this week!
Good Hope Animal Hospital stepped in to take 30 cats removed on Thursday from the jeep of a man traveling cross country. 22 cats are placed, and 8 more still need adopters to take them.
For the first time in his life, Milo Harris cried tears of joy when he was reunited with his missing cat Bootsie on Friday. Boostie had been missing since the Joplin, MO tornado of May 22, 2011.
Neither the fire department nor the SPCA would send help, but Dave Radey of Milani Plumbing took an early morning call and saved a kitten with the use of his sewer snake video camera. Read more
A staffer at a high kill shelter called Blind Cat Rescue about the 6 week old special needs kitten and SweetPea was saved. Read more
A tiny newborn dumped and left to die is in good hands thanks to good hearts and good luck. Read more
Mouth to mouth resuscitation and acupuncture are credited with helping to save the life of a kitten who accidentally went through the wash cycle. The kitten’s will to live also played a part. Read more
Per Amber Alert reminds us that more pets get lost in the days surrounding the 4th of July than at any other time. The infographic includes simple tips for keeping our pets safe. Read more
Scooter is a young kitten born with twisted legs like the famous Corky. Unlike Corky, he does not have a shelter, fame and supporters to help him. We’d like to help raise his profile so he can get the help he needs.
Curiosity got a kitten into a jam earlier this week, but she was saved by the Animal Rescue Specialist from a Fire and Rescue Crew. Read more
A woman has stepped forward to pay for Tuffy to see an eye specialist. The kitten was found in a dumpster earlier this month with paint poured in his eyes. He had been making a good recovery but is now facing a setback with his vision. Read more
Cindy did not want to leave her kittens after she was shot in the head by a BB pellet. She remained with them as she convalesced at a shelter, and now she has a new home.