Added by Donna on July 30, 2013 at 10:17am — No Comments
I have now lost a third cat....we have such a lot of cats that go missing in Rancho Viejo...how do I contact the new Cat Scoop page for missing cats with this message:
Black Male Cat, neutered, missing since 7/24, has collar and is chipped; very friendly and will answer and come to you if his name "Oliver" is called. Missing from the Mesa Pino area....he is a rescue and acts like a feral cat sometimes....
Please call 412-7273 if spotted and/or found..
Added by Harriet Dial on July 28, 2013 at 4:13pm — No Comments
Added by Donna on July 23, 2013 at 4:41pm — No Comments
"Little Guy", (temporary name) had his pelvic bones repaired, and was neutered, under the skilled hand of Dr. Gruda! Being a smart little Yorkie, he had figured out how to ambulate using his front paws, and - today - had his first physical therapy appointment to help him "remember" that he can use his back legs now. He is continent (all systems working!), and presents as a happy little guy, despite all the trauma he has experienced. We are still unsure of his age range, though I will ask…Continue
Added by Donna on July 22, 2013 at 9:30am — No Comments
Although now a tame house cat, Sam [19lb b/w] was originally rescued as a feral. Now that he has been living in "survival mode" for several months, we need help from people who live in the area to set and monitor traps. The following is the latest message from his owner...
3:30 PM ON FRIDAY, JULY 19TH. I JUST RECEIVED A CALL FROM THE MAIL CARRIER ON OLD LAS VEGAS HWY.
HE BELIEVES THAT HE JUST SPOTTED MY 19 LB, BLACK/WHITE CAT, SAM, CROSSING THE ROAD IN FRONT…Continue
Added by Bobbi Heller on July 20, 2013 at 10:55am — No Comments
My 13 year old Black Lab,Tzuli was just diagnosed with liver cancer (carcinoma). Last week she was so sick and at the vet for the most part of the week. She couldn't walk and hardly ate, I was sure she'd be gone by the end of the week. But since she has come home she has made a miraculous recovery. She is walking now and nearly has her appetite back and she is wagging her tail much more. She even ran into the lower yard to bark at the guy walking his dog behind the house.
Over the past few weeks I have been requesting help in finding a home for Delicado (Deli) a Paso Fino gelding and his paddock mate, Aarora, an Arabian mare. The owner was planning to put Deli down (have him killed) if we could not find a home for him.
On Sunday, June 30, 2013 Deli and Aarora were adopted and went to their new home.
My thanks go out to all of you who helped make this happen. Together we can make life better for all horses and together we can save one (or two) at…Continue
Added by Judy Prisoc on July 2, 2013 at 2:56pm — No Comments