Blogs from June 2019

It’s a New Day at Furkids

Posted on Friday, June 14th

It’s a New Day at Furkids Today, Spero and Lucky G will escape a life of starvation and pain on the streets. Sheldon will escape a life of neglect. Charles Xavier will learn what it's like to have a loving home and to walk without struggle. Ten dogs will escape the agony of abuse in a Georgia puppy mill. And a group of lucky kittens and cats will escape euthanasia when they hitch a ride with the new Furkids TransFUR program, headed North to waiting families. These innocent animals now feel the security and warmth of food, health, love and home. Last year, Furkids saved the… READ MORE >

Leaning Lenny is Bulletproof!

Posted on Monday, June 3rd

Leaning Lenny is Bulletproof! Just like Superman, our boy Leaning Lenny seems to be bulletproof! We first heard of Lenny through an urgent email from Animal Control. They had a 9-year-old, heartworm positive miniature pinscher in pain with a badly injured leg, and no money or space to care for him. If he didn’t find a rescue that day, he would be euthanized in the morning. We didn’t know what had happened to him, but we knew we had to help! We stepped up to save him and named him Leaning Lenny. He quickly visited our vet for X-rays. Turns out, Lenny had been… READ MORE >

The Outdoors Await!  How to Harness Train Your Cat

Posted on Sunday, June 2nd

The Outdoors Await!  How to Harness Train Your Cat By Laura Moss, Adventure Cats My cats, Fiver and Sirius, have always been captivated by the world outside the window. They spend hours lounging in sun puddles, watching birds and squirrels, and delighting in outdoor scents whenever I crack a window. In fact, one of my cats, Fiver, was so fascinated by the outside world, that he began creeping close to the door whenever it opened. Once, he even dashed outside to see just what was out there. Since we’d rescued him as an injured kitten, Fiver hadn’t ventured outdoors, so he certainly wasn’t prepared for the sights, scents and… READ MORE >