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Duke was scheduled to be euthanized after he gobbled up toys and other foreign objects which ended up creating a blockage in his intestines. Our vet at DMS Veterinary Group contacted us in hopes we would be able to help him. We agreed and surgery started right away.
The blockage was so bad that some of his intestinal tissue had already started to die off and a section of it had to be removed. After a rocky first night Duke pulled through and was able to leave the clinic for his foster home.
Duke has been recovering very well and is just about ready to find his forever home.
Duke waiting for his last vet check up
Injured goose on the loose
We received a call from a concerned trail walker who spotted an injured goose at Mud Creek in Chatham. After investigating the situation we found out that the animal had been there for weeks and was unable to fly likely due to an injured or broken Continue reading
This is the story of a dog…
We received a call from a property owner whose tenant had been evicted. When they went to assess the condition of the house they decided to check the barn as well. What they found left them shocked and heart Continue reading
13 Cats adopted at our Special Adoption event
What a fantastic turn out this last Sunday at PetValu! We came in with 18 cats and left with only 4. This is great news on several levels. First, we get to free some room in our foster homes. Second we know none of these young cats will go on reproducing and adding to the already heavy feline population in Chatham-Kent.
We work hard to continue our cat program, this means sterilizing every single cat who comes through our rescue. By doing so we know that it is only a matter of time before Chatham-Kent’s cat population stabilizes to a more controllable level.
Thank you to the many dedicated volunteers who joined us and to the community who came to help.
Here are our winners! It was a blast seeing so many pet owners play look alike with their animals. Thanks to all who participated and congratulations to our winners:
For the best dog photo: Sherri-Lee Breaton
For the best cat photo: Jes L Bourne
DogLoversDay was a blast!
Two sunny days, many volunteers and lots of dogs, what else could we ask for for the first annual DogLoversDays in Chatham. Our 3 booths where buzzing with excited dog owners who received freebies and enjoyed Chatham-Kent’s Largest Dog Water Dish. Continue reading
15 more cats being sterilized
We don’t always post our trips to spay/neuter clinics, but this morning we couldn’t resist mentioning it because we wanted to acknowledge the selfless work our volunteers perform and how they involved their entire family.
Our TNR coordinator, Kim Smith, likes to include her children in her volunteer work, teaching them many life lessons while doing great community work.
Her son Jackson gave her a had with paperwork on this trip and ensured all the traps and carriers were tagged properly. 15 cats will be sterilized today, that represents thousands of kittens not being born in Chatham-Kent this year and for many years to come.
Get your tickets today for a chance to win one of two amazing prizes:
1st prize: One year Pet Wellness Program
from D.M.S. Veterinary Group- Value $600
2nd prize: A $500 Travel Voucher from VIA Rail.
Tickets are $5.00 each or 5 for $20.00
Only 500 tickets printed.
Draw to be December 5th at Duke’s in Chatham at 3pm
Volunteer Appreciation Program – Kick off!
Volunteering with us comes with many joys but also many challenges. We all love to care for animals but sometimes a special pet comes along who just needs more care than the others and that is exactly what happened with Keisha.
Keisha came to us with a broken leg and after weeks at her fosters it was time to remove her pins. Our vet called us right way to let us know she had a ligament injury that needed to be addressed quickly. This meant another surgery and many more weeks of crate rest and special medical care.
Our foster mom, Jenn Peltier, put her personal life on the side and did all she could to keep Keisha safe, happy and to help her recover as quickly as possible. This was no small tasks and came with many tears and sleepless nights.
We couldn’t think of a better volunteer to kick off our Volunteer Appreciation Program with! For going above and beyond, we presented our first award to Jenn on Monday June 8th, and to make the day even sweeter Keisha was adopted that day by an amazing family.
Congratulations Jenn, you are a selfless and incredibly caring person and we are lucky to have you on board.
Jenn Peltier – A Foster who went above and beyond.
Keisha and her adoptive family
Keisha and Jenn