A few months ago someone found this little fellow wandering alone and turned him over to Happy Home Animal Sanctuary. He is 10+ years old. We named him Bear. When he came to us, among other problems, he had mange so badly that it had caused open wounds.
With the proper nutrition, veterinary care, and love, […]
Chadwick is a Maine Coon. He is a friendly, sweet kitty that loves attention. He was found outside an office with a collar wrapped from around his neck to under his armpit. He was taken to the vet and had to have over 100 stitches. He is healing up very […]
Brother and sister were rescued from a back yard. Their mother was taken away from them too soon. They were left to fend for themselves in temperatures over 100 degrees. Ants attacked their tiny bodies. When found, the puppies were covered with bite wounds. One of them may lose vision in one eye.
The puppies are […]
The Story of One Kitten’s Will to Live
My name is Forrest Gump. I am very lucky to be alive. When I came into this world, it was in the backyard of a nice lady who works at a local school. She feeds a colony of feral cats, all fixed but one. My mama has eluded […]
B.J. is my name, and being cute and lucky to be alive is my claim to fame. Unfortunately, that was not always the case. Just a few months ago I was found by some kind people, the victim of a hit and run on Sunset and Eastern.
My jaw was shattered and I was in a […]
Happy Home Animal Sanctuary continues to trap at the apartment complex where the six kittens were found foamed into a wall. We’ve been out there multiple times every week, but progress has been slower than we would like. Many of the remaining adult cats have shown remarkable savvy avoiding the traps, and every day that […]
I know we talked about feeding time before, but I thought I would touch upon the topic again. I have a new picture, and some video footage which is absolutely hillarious. As the kittens have gotten healthier and larger, their zeal for food has reached dizzying new heights.
As I mentioned before, I feed the kittens […]
A couple of days ago I promised pictures of the ninth and final kitten in the “foamed” litter, “Phoebe“. Trapped last week, she was fortunate enough to have avoided being foamed. She is very beautiful, but very shy. She doesn’t interact with the other kittens very much, prefering to sit on the cat condo.
She is […]
In my last post, I promised pictures of the three new kittens from the litter that was foamed into the wall. In between constant cleaning, litter box changing, feeding, and medicating, I finally managed to get their pictures together, so here we go…
Sierra was the first kitten that was rescued from the apartment complex. Only […]
Now that we have the serious stuff out of the way, I want to talk about feeding time. The kittens receive a mixture of wet and dry food. As soon as the first can is opened, the meowing begins. We carefully spread the wet food around the edge of a large dish, mixing in a […]