Monday, August 25, 2014
Update: A pet lover took Tiger home and is still working on finding a permanent family for this loving cat.
Tiger is a 7 ½ year old male tabby cat. He is a house cat, declawed, and up to date on all vaccinations. He is shy, but friendly once he gets to know you, so he would be best suited to being the only cat in the home.
Tiger lives with his owner, Lynetta, and her father, Jack in Fort Myers. They're moving out of state into a small apartment that is not pet-friendly. Unfortunately, Tiger cannot join them.
Would you give Tiger a new home? Please contact Colette at (239) 985-7728.
Friday, August 8, 2014
Hope volunteers lent their support to the Pet Peace of Mind program in August as they rallied together to assemble shelves and arrange the pet pantry in Hope’s Community Center. Pictured here, Paula Clegg (front) and Melanie Winnicker (back) were both instrumental in getting this special project off the ground. John and Nona Kirkpatrick put up the shelves and moved rearranged the office space. Once again, we are so impressed with the dedication of our PPOM volunteers!
Thursday, August 7, 2014
Richard’s dog, Mollie, had swollen glands. But because Richard was struggling to make ends meet, he couldn't afford to pay for the veterinarian services which would give Mollie the help she needed. Hope's Pet Peace of Mind Program came to the rescue, coordinating care with Cape Coral Pet Vet.
Through the generosity of donors like you, Hope covered the costs of the Mollie's anal gland medical treatment. We're happy to report that Mollie is on the mend and feeling much better!