He is our newest rescue from Sunrise Humane Society in Fort Pierce, FL. He was found as an underweight stray. He is now in fospice sanctuary. He is blind and 15-17 yrs old (estimate). He still get around and finds his way surprisingly well despite his poor vision. He is now 7 pounds and flea free. He got a much needed pedicure. Welcome Home Frankie.
She's about 15. She was repeatedly returned to the shelter because she coughs, and sometimes spits up, when she's nervous. She is now living in a local senior cat sanctuary. She is timid and spends her time above the owner's desk. Now, she doesn't need to worry about returning to a high kill shelter. She has a chance to live out her life safely and in comfort.
This 14-year-old sweetheart was in need of dental care. We were able to work with a new non profit vet clinic in our community - Lois Pope Veterinary Clinic - to make sure Brandi got the help she needed. Through our cooperation, Brandi had 34 teeth pulled and is feeling much better.
She is a seven-month-old kitten, was attacked by a neighbor dog. She was able to fight off her attacker, but she suffered severe injuries including puncture wounds to her femur and neck. We worked with Paws2Help in Jupiter, Florida. Krishna received the surgery she needed. She is recovering back at home with her grateful owner.
Meet our one-eyed little pirate. This little French Pug lost his eye in a dog fight with another small dog. He needed enucleating surgery for a ruptured cornea. He is doing fine now. We provided a vet care assistance subsidy so that Oakley could receive vitally needed surgical care for his eye injury.
Puppies are born! Mom had labor complications and needed an emergency C-section to save her and her pups. Passion for Paws assisted w the bill which was way more than the low income pet owner could afford. Your eyes aren't deceiving you, Cane's pups take after their Pit Bull dad. This is mom's last litter.
These two would have never met if it weren’t for several foster volunteers and two pet charities. Now Bella and her little human are best of friends. Thank you foster volunteers! You make a difference. Want to be a foster volunteer and provide temporary loving care to a nice dog like Bella until they find their forever home?
127 uric crystals had formed inside Lexi's' small bladder. She needed to urinate very frequently and was uncomfortable. We worked with another charity to negotiate a surgery at a discounted cost. A very skilled surgeon removed all the stones. According to her mom, “Lexi is very energized, eating and drinking well, and very playful."
We were contacted late one evening to care for a 50 pound pit bull mix, who had been severely injured by two pit bulls. He was rushed to the emergency room where he was treated for multiple lacerations, a swollen head and a missing toenail. Buddy spent a month recovering at the Vet clinic. After much effort, we were able to find Buddy a loving forever home.
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