It’s great to get away for awhile, but then there is always the catching up. I have gotten a little behind on updates so they are all here together. Miss Pippa finally went from the vet to her foster on January 29th. She is recovering well and protects her little leg while … Continue reading
Petey Pie finally got out of the hospital on Thursday. His paralysis is completely gone and he is a playful, happy, healthy boy who tears around the house with his other fosters. He has become a special favorite of Sweetheart, a Siamese mom, who has been in this foster home … Continue reading
Not all of our rescues are cuddly little kittens that just need to grow a little and get spayed or neutered to be put up for adoption. In fact, that is really the minority. Even the cuddly little kittens usually need some sort of medical treatment, most commonly for an … Continue reading
Petey Pie is doing so much better — walking on all fours and getting around well. However, the medication he was getting to help him walk again also suppressed his immune system so the poor boy is now battling a winter cold and some digestive issues so he is back … Continue reading
Here is a picture of Petey Pie in his carrier at the vet’s office for his appointment yesterday. Petey is doing really well. Today he even stood up on all four legs a few times and is starting to really try and walk around and get exercise.
Petey Pie’s treatments are helping him already! Yesterday he stood up on three of his legs and even started to show movement in the right front leg! He is enjoying the company of his foster friends, especially Li’l Orphan Andy.
Petey Pie had his first vet visit yesterday. He visited our beloved Dr. C at 17th St. Animal Hospital. Dr. C is going to try to help Petey regain use of his limbs through a series of treatments. Today, Petey was examined and given an injection. His next appointment is … Continue reading
The MeoowzResQ team had to act fast on Tuesday to save Petey Pie from the Moreno Valley Shelter. Petey was vaccinated improperly at the shelter on Friday and was instantly paralyzed!!! How did this happen? The needle was pushed way too far into the kitten, and too high up on … Continue reading