Andrea Powell is an animal enthusiast who resides in West Michigan. When not writing, she is exploring the great outdoors with her dogs and horses.
Cold, alone, and homeless. They deserve better…
“All these animals were given a chance to survive.”
“These kittens would have inevitably died had we not intervened, but all survived. We thank you on their behalf.”
He sends soft, gentle purrs in thanks.
“The story of Garfield the cat is a testament to unshakable faith in miracles and the extraordinary dedication of a veterinarian who defied the odds to rescue him.”
How did she end up on one of the most dangerous highways in the country?!
They arrest the people responsible and save 10 more dogs.
“She will own you, your house, your belongings, and everything you hold dear.”
He’s such a good boy.
Just another reason to own a dog…
But that’s not all…
They have safely landed and will find new homes soon!
“His temperature spiked over 105 degrees, and we took him to the emergency vet where he was immediately admitted for diagnostics and supportive care.”
They still have so much love to give…
Get all of your holiday shopping done in one place and give back to animals in need at the same time.
Will you help fly them to freedom?
Find the purr-fect name for your cat or see if your cat’s name made the list.
Some may surprise you…
He’s a hero!
It took three groomers over three hours to remove the matted coat.
“We just had that instant connection.”
Something straight out of most people’s worst nightmare…
Time was not on their side…
Grab a tissue and see how the woman’s late dog gave his “stamp of approval”.
She’s the only pup to survive out of Junction Butte pack’s two litters.
“There were hugs, tears of gratitude, and amazement on the faces of the veterans who came through the event.”
Donate now to give these pups a fighting chance.
Over the past 30 years, they have donated over $3.45 million to charities.
“I had him in the back seat so I could hold his paw while I drove and told him I loved him over and over.”
Are you her person?
“The majority (57%) of pet parents describe their connection with their pets as emotional, intellectual and spiritual.”
Thanks to your support.