Happy Endings

Trooper and Hannah

I am not sure how many of you remember the story of Trooper and Hannah. In May of 2013 their pregnant mother was hit by a car. She came to us and hours later she delivered her kittens. All were stillborn but Trooper and Hannah survived. Trooper was born with malformed back legs that he was unable to use. After months of rehab we finally found the perfect home for them.  Sadly their owner  passed way in November. After many weeks of searching we finally found them a home where they will be spoiled rotten. They made it into their new home for the holidays!

Kitty and Harley

I know you like to hear happy endings and we want to thank you for helping us find our fur babies! Plus fixing them ☺️. This is Kitty and Harley both fixed by you! Living in their forever home. Kitty was almost starved to death when we found him and brought him to you and Harley was in need of a new family so we took her in as well a few years later and they are the best of friends❤️. So I just wanted to thank you for having such an amazing program! You guys are awesome.

Audrey and Jerry

Update on Audrey and Jerry Re Fixed Fur Life. Fantastic work. Fantastic people. Fred (nee Jerry) and Audrey say thank you too!!! 6 months with us yesterday and they have made our home theirs (as you can see). Fred even purrs, talks and talks and talks, likes pets (sometimes) and doesn't hiss anymore!!!  Thank you for not giving up on them when most others would have. It is this care and love that you provide that makes what you do so amazing.

Peter, Pumpkin and Pip

Peter, Pumpkin and Pip came to Fixed Fur Life as owner could no longer care for. All 3 have been adopted!

Mr Wiggles

Mr Wiggles came to FFL  a few years back with a severe fracture to his back leg which resulted in an amputation. His owner passed away recently. We were able to find him another wonderful home. Updates reveal he is doing well in his new home with his new feline brother!

Spot

Spot was adopted! Spot came to Fixed Fur Life as his owner could no longer care for. He is a 2 year old male neutered Shitzu. He was infested with Infested fleas. Infested with worms. His skin was badly irritated. He was badly matted.  He is now free of fleas and has been wormed. He had to be completely shaved. He has had several medicated baths. He has a a condition that prevents him from retracting his tongue so he will always look this cute. Presently he is in foster care while we assess him. Despite his terrible condition this little guy is the most amazing boy. He is a total lap dog and will require a home that can give him a lot of time, love and affection. He walks beautifully on a lead. He stops when you stop. Turns when you turn and will sit patiently and wait for you to direct him. He does not bark and LOVES to cuddle!

Abner

Abner's owner moved into a long care facility and could no longer look after. Abner was quiet  boy and very loving. . A sweet senior gentleman. He has finally been adopted!  

Kahlua

Kaluha was taken is as a stray. A little shy at first he required extensive socialization. He was neutered by Fixed Fur Life and has now been adopted!

Chumley

Chumley came to Fixed Fur Life after his owner passed away. A wee kitten on arrival we noticed he had a deformity in his front legs. The tendons were abnormally shortened causing him to walk strangely. After many weeks of physiotherapy he is able to run and play like a normal kitten. He has now been adopted!

Andy and Sandy

Andy and Sandy were born outside. Brought to Fixed Fur Life. Very sweet. A little shy.  They have now been adopted together!

Teddy and Tony

Teddy and Tony's mother came to Fixed Fur Life as a pregnant stray. Mom is now Spayed. Teddy and Tony have now been adopted together!

Charlie and Caesar

Charlie and Caesars mother came to Fixed Fur Life as a pregnant Stray. Mom Abbie Rose was Spayed and adopted. Charlie and Caesar have now been adopted together.

Bolero Sophia

At our Strut for Strays this year  we noticed an individual up on the hill trying to sell a box of puppies. They surrendered the puppies to us and in return Fixed Fur Life offered to pay to have the Momma's x 2 Spayed. All puppies have been adopted and the moms of the pups have been Spayed. Bolero Sophia shown here on arrival and now in her new home.

Pax

At our Strut for Strays this year  we noticed an individual up on the hill trying to sell a box of puppies. They surrendered the puppies to us and in return Fixed Fur Life offered to pay to have the Momma's x 2 Spayed. All puppies have been adopted and the moms of the pups have been Spayed. Pax shown here on arrival and now in her new home.

Trinity

At our Strut for Strays this year  we noticed an individual up on the hill trying to sell a box of puppies. They surrendered the puppies to us and in return Fixed Fur Life offered to pay to have the Momma's x 2 Spayed. All puppies have been adopted and the moms of the pups have been Spayed. Trinity shown here on arrival and now in her new home.

Xena

At our Strut for Strays this year  we noticed an individual up on the hill trying to sell a box of puppies. They surrendered the puppies to us and in return Fixed Fur Life offered to pay to have the Momma's x 2 Spayed. All puppies have been adopted and the moms of the pups have been Spayed. Xena shown here on arrival and now in her new home.

Itty Bitty and Tucker

Itty Bitty and Tucker were taken in as strays living outside. Now have been successfully adopted!

Leila, Manny and Syd

Leila, Manny and Syd were taken in as strays living outside. All three have now been adopted!

Charlie

Charlie came to Fixed Fur Life as a wee baby whose eyes had just opened. Rejected by a surrogate mother. He then went into Foster care to be bottle fed. He transformed into a beautiful boy and has now been adopted!

Roxy

Roxy came to Fixed Fur Life as a stray that endured much of her life outdoors. She was Spayed and eventually adopted to a wonderful couple who cherish her. Post adoption she developed some health issues and her new parents stepped up to the plate and spared no expense to overcome her difficulties. She couldn't have gone to a better home.