One late summer day in 2015, an employee at B & C Hardware called AnimalSave expressing concern about an old, thin cat that had been hanging out in the garden center. She ravenously ate any food given to her. Another old, thin cat was not what we needed ...Read More
On the day of the Winter Solstice, a couple from Lake Wildwood arrived at AnimalSave’s Cat Adoption Facility with a stray cat they had been feeding. They were unable to keep her and were concerned about her surviving in the cold, wet weather.
AnimalSave staff named her Solstice. At intake, we immediately noticed she had very labored breathing and a crooked hind leg.Read More
Thank you to Mr. Rooter from the kitties at AnimalSave. Early Saturday morning during the incredible deluge of December 10th, we discovered that AnimalSave's cat adoption facility was flooded with 3 inches of water.Read More
On Monday, a dark and stormy Halloween night, a grandmother was driving home from a night of trick-or-treating with the grandchildren. At an intersection near her home she saw a pet carrier with a “free” sign attached. This is a common occurrence, leftovers from yard sales often appear for free on curbs.
The next day as she drove by, she saw movement inside the carrier. Shocked and concerned, she stopped to investigate. She was appalled to discover that inside was a wet, cold and very distraught cat. The pet carrier had an inch of water inside and the sides were muddy from being outside in a rain storm overnight.Read More
When I left AnimalSave several nights ago, the temperature in my car (that had been parked under the carport with all four windows lowered) was 103 degrees. I swung by the grocery store for cat food and saw a dog leaning out of the open window of a parked car ...Read More
AnimalSave’s third “A Furry, Furry Night” fund raising event at the AnimalSave Center, held on Saturday, July 9 was a “howling” success with 160 folks attending. The evening weather was perfect and the stars brilliant ...Read More