Happy Endings

Update on Cheddar and Brie

Cheddar and Brie adopted together shown here settled already in their new home.

Brock

Brock came to Fixed Fur Life many many weeks ago. Lethargic and dehydrated and in a lot of pain. On admission he was found to be covered with abscesses from wounds incurred. He also had a raging blockage and a raging urinary tract infection. One can only imagine how horrible his life had been.  Three emergency veterinary visits, surgery to neuter and drain abscesses and surgery to unblock him were. Needed to get him back on his feet. He will be on a special  urinary diet  for life.  Once  all of his issues were addressed he turned into  the most loving amazing boy! VERY playful  and very affectionate. Beyond happy to share that this amazing boy has found a home with a wonderful family who will be diligent with his care and special diet.

Latte,Gouda,Havarti, Brie and Cheddar

Latte,Gouda,Havarti, Brie and Cheddar came to Fixed Fur Life as their owner could no longer care for. Happy to share that they have all been adopted. Latte ( mom) and Gouda together. Brie and Cheddar together.

Lucy

Lucy came to Fixed Fur Life as a stray that no one has claimed. We had her spayed and happy to share she has found a home.

Johnny and June

June and her brother Johnny (Cash) came to Fixed Fur Life as strays. Really happy to share that they have found a home together.

Smokey

Smokey came to Fixed Fur Life as a tiny kitten who had been dodging traffic. We were able to find him home but recently his owner was no longer able to care for him. Happy to share that we found him another home.

Lucy

Lucy came to Fixed Fur Life as a newborn whose mother had died. She was bottle fed and turned out to be a very social little girl. Happy to share she has been adopted.

Butterscotch

Butterscotch was taken in as a pregnant stray. She delivered 4 beautiful babies. She weaned her babies. They were adopted. She was spayed and has also been adopted.

Tony

This very handsome senior boy came to Fixed Fur Life as a emaciated and dehydrated stray. VERY friendly on admission. He was also suffering from an upper respiratory infection. Once his condition resolved and improved he was neutered. So happy to share that he has found a home!

Sabrina and Sahara

Sabrina and Sahara were two siblings living outdoors. Happy to share that we found them a home together. Shown here settled and happy in that new home.

John Denver

John Denver was found one night outside crying his little heart out. Happy to share that we have found home a home.

Daphne

Daphne came to Fixed Fur Life as a very pregnant stray delivering her 3 babies just days after she arrived. She was an excellent mother to her little ones. They have weaned and been adopted. She has now been  spayed and adopted.

Update on Grady

Grady recently adopted shown here settled in his new home with his new canine sibling!

Mavis

Mavis came to Fixed Fur Life as her owner no longer wanted. She is 4 years old and spayed. She has a very sweet personality. When we first admitted her we noticed she was very uncomfortable when she urinated. A urine test was negative and it turns out she had a condition called cystitis. An inflammation of the bladder. With pain meds and wet food her symptoms resolved. With proper care and diet she will do well. Happy to share she has been adopted by an individual who will follow up with her medical needs.

Daisy and Jasmine

Daisy and Jasmine were  two of 4 the kittens left in a box by the side of the road. The person who had left them there had securely taped the box shut so they could not escape. Thankfully a passerby saw the box moving and investigated and notified us of the situation, Happy to share that we have found a home for Daisy and Jasmine together. Their siblings have also been adopted!

Domino

Domino came to us as a stray girl living outdoors. Once spayed we were able to find her a lovely home!

Norman

Norman came to Fixed Fur Life with an infected neck wound from a Cuterebra. A sweet social little boy who was crying for help. Happy to share that he has been adopted.

Simba

Simba came to Fixed Fur Life as his owner was no longer able to care for him. Very happy to share that he has found a wonderful new home!

Scarlet

Scarlet came to Fixed Fur Life as an owner surrender. Her owner could no longer care for her. She had been experiencing painful urination and after a vet assessment and urine sample we were able to determine that  she suffered from Cystitis ( an inflammation of the bladder). With meds and a special diet we were able to resolve the flare up. We were able to find a responsible and dedicated owner who will continue with her special diet.

Update on Cheddar and Cheeto

Thanks Darlene,

The boys are wonderful! They’re still bonded thick as thieves and what one can’t think up the other one does! Their personalities have really come through and they are the most loving little monkeys. This was the very best decision we ever made!
Take care and thanks again for all you do!
Karen