Happy Endings

Fixed Fur Life Alumni

Fixed Fur Life Alumni. Both fixed and adopted together. Shown here in their new home.

Fred

Fred was abandoned by his family as they no longer had time for him. He led a lonely existence outside once he surpassed the cute puppy stage. He was examined by a vet and found to be severely underweight. Infested with fleas and worms and nails so long he could hardly walk. Testicles so big they were literally dragging on the ground. (Sorry for the graphic nature of this post just wanted to paint a picture). Despite his neglect he remained desperate for any attention he could get. Once Neutered and treated for his infestations he was adopted to a wonderful family with another Bassett. Shown here in his new home with his new brother.

Trinity

Trinity was found in the Sommerville Plaza. Tiny and infested with flea's and worms. She was adopted out and now lives a happy existence.

These2 boys

These2 boys were living at a dump in the County. Neutered and vaccinated they were adopted out!

These 3 boys

These 3 boys were taken to vet for Neutering and never picked up abandoned by their owner. FFL paid for the Neutering of all 3 and vaccinations and then found a home for all 3 together.

Kitten Alumni

Kitten Alumni. All were adopted and Spayed and Neutered.

These 2 girls

These 2 girls are sisters and were both pregnant living outside . Shown here in foster care nursing their kittens within a week of each other. All were fixed and adopted out.

Nada

Nada was surrendered by her owner as she was peeing on things. Spayed and adopted out and peeing resolved post Spaying.

Kitten Alumni

Kitten Alumni. Adopted! Mom was a pregnant Stray. Kittens all adopted and Spayed and Neutered when they were of age.

Slated for Euthanasia

Slated for Euthanasia by a local shelter. Rescued, Neutered and adopted out.

Kitten Alumni

Kitten Alumni. All were adopted out and all were Spayed and Neutered.

Slated for Euthanasia

Slated for Euthanasia by a local shelter. Rescued, Neutered and adopted out.

Part of a feral colony.

Part of a feral colony. Socialized, Spayed and adopted out!

Part of a feral colony

Part of a feral colony. Socialized, Spayed and adopted out!

Part of a feral cat colony.

Part of a feral cat colony. Socialized, Spayed and adopted out!

Part of a feral cat colony.

Part of a feral cat colony. Socialized, Spayed and adopted out!

These Boys

These Boys were all living outside. All fixed and adopted out.

Marbles

Taken in as an abandoned stray Marbles was Spayed and adopted out!

Bottle fed Alumni

Bottle fed Alumni – Adopted and Neutered when 6 months old.

Chumba

Chumba came to FFL as a very sick kitten. Afflicted with distemper. After intensive treatment by a very diligent FFl Foster care she survived and is shown here in her new home!