Hobo was hit by a car and found laying on the side of the road. His arm was mangled. With a rod surgically implanted, he now runs around like a rambunctious toddler.
We don’t know how Simon survived 28 days being sealed up in the house where his owner suddenly passed away. Looking frightened and confused, this photo was taken during his medical exam on the day we gained entry to the house. Simon regained his health and now lives happily with his new family.
“Love” was in terrible pain and could barely walk when he was rescued from a swamp area of Howard Beach, Queens. He was diagnosed with a longstanding broken and badly infected paw. Our veterinarians provided outstanding care and he has completely healed.
Blind and feral and somehow surviving on the street, Becky’s eyes literally exploded from untreated eye infections. The pain must have been excruciating. Her eyes had to be surgically removed.
This is Becky now relaxing in her amazing forever home. She runs and plays as though she has eyes.
A hoarder was evicted and 65 cats needed placement fast. Our amazing animal hospital allowed us to bring in 22 feral cats on one day for vaccines, examinations and dental procedures.
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