Medical Cases

This girl came into our rescue’s care last night, January 14th, 2024. She was found crying for help unable to really move in Carbon county. This poor girl was stuck with the cold wind blowing on her until a Good Samaritan came to her aid. The individual reached out to us and we moved as quickly as we could. It turned out this sweet girl has a a pretty severe wound. She has a wide injury that spreads all the way from the bottom of her back leg all the way up towards her tail. She was rushed to the vet in which she had X-rays done and no noted fractures were found, but the cause of the wound is still unknown. She remains at the vet due to all the infection running through her body. She is receiving around the clock care and antibiotics to help treat her, but she needs us to help fight too. She is going to need extensive medical care to help her in this battle of survival. please consider donating to help offset some of the cost of her care, and allow us to continue to not only help her, but help others as well.

We have named this girl Emmie. We don’t know where she came from. However, we know she’s a fighter. We did discover that she is about 4 years old fixed and front paw declawed. However she is not microchipped and she is not the missing cat from Pine grove/Schuykill Haven. We are unsure of how she ended up outside, but if you have any ideas of who her owner is please reach out.

Right now Emmie if fighting for her life and needs all of us to help her.

Donations can be made through Facebook, however, can also be made via PayPal.

Please meet our newest girls to the rescue, Cali and Lucy. They are currently not available for adoption but are in need of help. Both girls were born with Ectopic Ureters and abnormal kidneys that affect their bladders. This defect caused problems with how they were able to urinate. They both underwent a risky surgery and are in the process of healing. Cali and Lucy are still just puppies and will require medical attention and follow ups for the next few months in hopes that it will improve their quality of life.

Cali and Lucy are not only full of love and affection, but strength and the willingness to live. These beautiful girls are reaching out to YOU to help them continue on their path to recovery. Please consider donating to help get them through these rough times. No amount is too small.

Cali & Lucy thank you for your time and generosity!

Please meet Miss Palmyra. She was found with a severe upper respiratory infection and an even more severe eye infection.

This brave girl had her eye surgery and unfortunately, one eye had to be removed. BUT she is healing so well and her disability hasn’t stopped her for a second!

If you would like to donate to help cover surgery costs for her and help save others, please visit our PayPal link below!

October 2023

Palmyra has healed wonderfully and is now living a wonderful life in her forever home!

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