Freida was pulled from the Oak Ridge Animal Shelter by the East TN Pit Bull Rescue. Before leaving the shelter, she was vaccinated, spayed, and heartworm tested. Unfortunately, her heartworm test came back positive, but that doesn’t stop a rescue in progress. The only thing to do was forge ahead. Thankfully, we were there to help the rescue with $300 of the $500 needed to get sweet Freida well again. She is currently in loving foster care and onto a better life. Her new name is Honey!
Late last year we entered a blog post when we helped the Loudon County Friends of Animals with a new rescue start-up. We recently received this from them:
Just wanted to check in with you and say thank you AGAIN for your support of our cause. Thanks to your generosity we were able to pull every available kitten that the shelter did not fix for PetSmart into rescue since we officially started in late December. A collaborative effort of LCFOA and the shelter left no kitties in the shelter on Christmas Even or New Year’s Eve!! You helped us to pull and vet so many babies. Pictured are the individual babies we pulled into foster! From Prancer, Addison, Honey, Hope, Holly, Haley, Maryann (and babies!!!),Ginger, Gilligan, Lacy, Chase, and Audrey…..THANK YOU!!!!!
After a plea for help came from the Loudon County Friends of Animals, Helping Paws Animal Network sent the requested $140 for vetting needs of Bailey, Honey, Wendy, and Patsy. These four young shelter cats will be much more adoptable once they’ve been tested for disease, vaccinated, dewormed, spayed, etc. We’re so happy we could help!
Anyone interested in providing a home for one or more of these precious babies should contact Kim at email@example.com. All four of these girls are very sweet, loving, lap cats.
Pictured below is Bailey (one year old).
Honey (gray with beautiful eyes) is also only one year old.
Wendy (black and white) is two years old.
Patsy is pictured below and is only one year old.