A SOAR volunteer stumbled upon Jericho while house sitting. Jericho had a piece of garden hardware wrapped around his right hind leg, which caused his leg to be pulled back and into a bent position.
Jericho had his leg amputated, since the leg had a severe infection down to the bone. Jericho is currently at our director’s home recuperating.
Please consider donating to his care, as the cost of his surgery is still not covered, by clicking on our PayPal link below. Please indicate Jericho’s name!
Sweet and shy Kai is also in need of a rear leg amputation due to a birth defect.
Kai was previously part of a colony of cats, and she birthed at least one litter, if not more. Kai was trapped in Spring 2021 and she is currently in a foster home and will hopefully be ready for adoption.
Kai needs a leg amputation, in the near future, please consider donating to her medical care by clicking on the PayPal link below and mentioning her name.
- Dear Gabriel needed a leg amputated and will require medical care until he is healed. Donations are appreciated.
- Gabriel has found his forever home!
- Sunny is a big ole boy who had a terrible urinary problem. He now has a feeding tube and will require medical care until he feels back to 100%! Donations are appreciated.
- Sunny has found his forever home!
Oreo and Cheerio
Our rescue does not only help the cute and cuddly! We also help the sick, neglected and abused animals. This is why we need need your donation so we can continue to help in any way we can. In the above photo, you can find Oreo and Cheerio. Oreo and Cheerio found themselves in a high kill shelter because their owner died. Oreo’s neglected fur became matted and knotted to his skin. He went to our wonderful volunteer Allyson Coffin for a new hair-do, and the results were remarkable! After a visit to the veterinarian to check his skin, Oreo was adopted with his brother Cheerio to a wonderful family!
Juju Bee was born into the world of strays, where food, shelter and medical care is not available. SOAR rescued her from being put to sleep in the shelter due to her obvious eye and skin infections. Slowly, she is being nursed back to a healthy kitty. However, she may never see the world again. Not easy to look at, right? This is the world of rescue! It takes time, patience and money to love the unloved animals!
Look at our Juju Bee now! Our wonderful animal rescuer Gloria worked around the clock to help our little princess! This is what we do in our rescue; we don’t give up on our babies. We continue to rehabilitate our animals until we feel they are in excellent health before they are adopted. Now she can see this wonderful world and start a new adventure as a healthy and loved princess should! Thank you to her new mom, Mary for giving her a chance and an opportunity at a wonderful new life!