|The animals below are in urgent need
of a foster home or adopters will be even better if you can
help please contact:
In Miami, Florida
(Left) and Happy (Right):
a long and interesting story but will try to make it as
short as I can possibly can.
3 weeks ago a lady in Doral, Fl. found a kitty that was
severely injured due to a car running him
good Samaritan women that found him, that had no one cent to
her name, took the cat to the vet and collected whatever she
could in donations to provide this baby with the medical care he
The donations she could gather up totaled $ 500
but to get kitty really better he needed a $ 3, 000.00
surgery to repair his badly injured leg and hip and that she
couldn't afford to do.
Dopey was at the vets getting at least pain medications, she
went door to door around her complex with the kitty's
picture in hopes to find the owner and in hopes to gather
yet more donations so they could do the
didn't meet the quota for the donations needed but she did
the owner alright, she showed him a picture of the kitty and
the guy told her that he had lost his cat but that the cat
in the picture wasn't his and to put him down instead of
trying to help him.
so happened that at the vet's clinic they scanned the kitty
for a chip and surprise, surprise, kitty was chipped to HPR
immediately transferred him to our vets office and thanks to
the wonderful generosity of one of our medical sponsors
Dopey where able to get his much needed
so happened that this was a kitten that has been adopted
from our organization in 2010 together with his 2
contacted the owner which in more ways than one he had
breached our adoption contract (we are taking care of that)
told him about the cat and that the cat was having surgery
as we were speaking and he flat out said that he didn't
authorize any surgery to put the cat to
fortunately he changed his tune very rapidly after I pointed
out to him that there is a little clause in our contract
that he signed off on when signing it, that there is
basically a $ 5, 000.00 fine for breaching it that he agreed
to pay at the time of adoptions..
getting ran over was no accident, he didn't escape or
anything like that, he was let outside on a daily
basis and that alone beached the contract as we only adopt
to indoor only.
was more at stake here than $ 5, 000.00 and frankly we
didn't care much for the $ 5, 000.00 fine as much as we do
care for the lives of the 2 other kitties that were still
with this person so we demanded the cats to be returned to
then I I learned that sadly only one other kitty was left,
he had the one other sibling put to sleep after he got
really sick and declined providing medical care instead he
put the cat to sleep..
lawyers threads and what not he agree to return Happy and he
is now safe and is being boarded at our vets together with
was a man that he was super screened, home visit done,
background checked and still look what happened.We will be
adding him to the National do not adopt list for the
now we have both kitty's and both have been at our vets
office for the past 3 weeks for lack of space and lack of
man power to look after Dopey.
desperately seeking for a permanent foster or adopter even
better for these babies, we will not separate them because
they are very bonded and have been together since
They are spayed and neutered, tested
Van Gogh is short of 8 weeks old and he already had a rough
start in life.
viciously attacked by another cat or another animal (it
isn't known what attacked him), as a result he lost part of
his ear and he tested FIV+.
said that, our vet and either do I believe he is a true
FIV+. He will be re-tested in 6 months but as of now it is
what it is.
reconstructive surgery on his ear and is doing great except
for the fact that we do not have anywhere for him to go, he
has been at our vet 3 weeks now, ever since his surgery and
he does not belong there, he needs his kitten time to start
taking off and a new start in life a good
cannot bring to our facility because we did had a few
episodes of FIP and kittens are the most prone to this
retrovirus, therefore we are desperately seeking for a
permanent foster home or adopter for him will be even
his charming looks he has an amazing, fun and unique
purrrsonality, everyone at the vets office is in love with
This cutie pie is approx.
7 weeks old, he was just pulled 2 days ago from NYC animal
control. He has
severe nerve damage in his front limb and might need his leg
amputated when he is a little bit older.
moment he is in a very temp. foster in NYC, the present
foster cannot keep him for much longer so he is
in immediate need of a permanent foster or adopter
to come through for him.
is not only a cutie pie but like any kitten is mischievous,
loving and has a very charming purrrsonality.
will make a wonderful addition to any family.
Gina was pulled last night from the at
risk list (death row list) at Brooklyn shelter she was
scheduled to be put to sleep this AM, we got to her in the
nick of time.
little cutie that her pic doesn't do her justice is 6 month
old and has a severe infected wound to her leg.
to the fact she is having surgery as we speak.
her leg couldn't be saved so the only option was
she is ready for transport she will need a permanent foster
or adopter even better.
off now thanks to the kindness and generosity of Nicole
DiBona we have a place for her to go to recuperate after
surgery, but she cannot stay there longer than a couple of
will be great if she can go straight to perm. foster right
after the surgery where she will not have to be moved
is a very sweet girl that deserves a lot of a better life
than the life she had up until now.
Fiona is a little 10 week old kitten
that is semi blind, she can see a little though and keeps up
with the other seeing kitties just fine.
was also pulled in the nick of time from Manhattan shelter
and went to a very temporary foster him in PA.
has seen the eye doctor and she has and doc believes that
once she is a little older she can have surgery and at that
point she will almost be a normal kitty.
to the immense generosity of our medical sponsor Steve R.
HPR will fully fund her surgery.
Her situation in her foster home is
also temp. therefore we will love to see her go
to permanentfoster or to get adopted
She is a wonderful baby and so
deserves to have a home to call her own.
Luke aka Google has quite a search
engine, he is also approx. 10 weeks old now and he was also
pulled form NYC shelter in the nick of time.
Him and Fiona (above) are in the
same foster home, they are great pals and will be great if
they can go to a forever or foster home
Luke is a little slow, unfortunately
when we just got him at 5 weeks old they had treated him
with Ivermectine at the shelter and this had affected his
He has come a long way since then,
but is still a bit slower than the other kitties and gets a
bit intimidated when other kittens play rough with
Other than that, he is
purrrrrrrrrrrrfect, loving and mischievous just like the rest of all
kittens and does the crab walk too. LOL
bay to bring any home many years of 'GOOD
you think you an change the life of any of the above kitties
either by fostering or adopting them please contact us
will cover all follow up medical that is needed for these
you in advance for anything you can do to help these
For those of you interesting in
adopting, there is a screening application to fill out, a
home visit and there is an adoption fee of $ 30.00 for each
with the adoption process.
Dopey and Happy, Luke and Fiona the adoption fee is $ 35.00
for both of them.
can be arranged with reasonable distance for the right home
or foster home.
The adoption fee for these babies
will go towards the saving of another
life. As always
God Bless you all, we and the kitties look forward to hear
back from potential foster parents and or
Pets Rescue Inc. (HPR)
donation is always tax