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June 2018

 

Clarissa (Badges)

Rescued: Clarissa (aka Badges), female kitten

Organization: Leuk’s Landing, Ann Arbor leukslanding.org

Grant Amount Awarded: $100 each

Rescued from:  Michigan Humane Society

Story: Clarissa (Badges) tested postitive for feline leukemia. She was quite newsworthy for a time while being considered for the Troy MI police department feline liaison position. Read more here.

Outcome: Living permanently at Leuk’s Landing, a sanctuary for FeLV+ cats.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Alex (Miranda)

Rescued: Alex, female kitten

Organization: Leuk’s Landing, Ann Arbor leukslanding.org

Grant Amount Awarded: $100 each

Rescued from:  Michigan Humane Society

Story: Alex tested postitive for feline leukemia. .

Outcome: Living permanently at Leuk’s Landing, a sanctuary for FeLV+ cats.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kel (Lt. Kel)

Rescued: Kel, male kitten

Organization: Leuk’s Landing, Ann Arbor leukslanding.org

Grant Amount Awarded: $100 each

Rescued from:  Michigan Humane Society

Story: Kel tested postitive for feline leukemia. He was in the news while his sister Badges (Clarissa) was being considered for the Troy MI police department feline liaison. Read more here.

Outcome: Living permanently at Leuk’s Landing, a sanctuary for FeLV+ cats.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Comet

Rescued: Comet, female cat

Organization: Paws for Life Rescue, Troy   pawsforliferescue.org

Grant Amount Awarded: $100

Rescued from: Detroit Animal Care and Control

Story: Designated as “Rescue Only” because Comet was terrified in the shelter. (Who wouldn’t be?)

Outcome: See Comet’s adoption profile here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Asteroid

Rescued: Asteroid, female cat

Organization: Paws for Life Rescue, Troy   pawsforliferescue.org

Grant Amount Awarded: $100

Rescued from: Detroit Animal Care and Control

Story: Designated as “Rescue Only” because the shelter was out of space.

Outcome: See Asteroid’s adoption profile here.

 

 

 

Alex

Rescued: Alex, male cat

Organization: Leuk’s Landing, Ann Arbor leukslanding.org

Grant Amount Awarded: $100 each

Rescued from:  Michigan Humane Society

Story: Alex tested postitive for feline leukemia.

Outcome: Living permanently at Leuk’s Landing, a sanctuary for FeLV+ cats.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Briggs

Rescued: Briggs, male cat

Organization: Leuk’s Landing, Ann Arbor leukslanding.org

Grant Amount Awarded: $100 each

Rescued from: Lapeer County Animal Control

Story: Briggs tested postitive for feline leukemia.

Outcome: Living permanently at Leuk’s Landing, a sanctuary for FeLV+ cats.

 

 

Pluto (left) with his new family

Rescued: Pluto, male dog

Organization: NBS Animal Rescue, Troy  nbsar.org

Grant Amount Awarded: $200

Rescued from: Michigan Humane Society

Story: 2-year-old Pluto was designated as “Rescue Only” because he exhibited lameness in the shelter and was found to have a dislocated hip that would require surgery. It was later found that he had an inoperable fracture in the opposite hind leg that also contributed to his lameness. Several evaluations were performed. It was decided that a Femoral Head Osteotomy (FHO) surgery to repair the dislocated hip would be performed first, leaving the other hind leg for stability while the FHO healed. At his evaluation after the FHO had healed, it was found that the fractured leg was not causing extreme pain, but that he would likely need it amputated in the future due to arthritis. NBS agreed to pay for the amputation when the adopter’s vet decided it was necessary, and that surgery was performed roughly 4 months after his first surgery.

Outcome: Adopted.

 

 

 

Sandy

Rescued: Sandy, female dog

Organization: NBS Animal Rescue, Troy  nbsar.org

Grant Amount Awarded: $200

Rescued from: Macomb County Animal Control

Story: 9-year-old Sandy was designated as “Rescue Only” by the shelter due to being extremely fearful and having blood in her urine and mammary masses.  She needed mammary mass removal, antibiotic treatment for UTI, bladder stone removal, prescription food, and a dental. She received her required surgeries and then was adopted after her recovery.

Outcome: Adopted.

 

 

 

 

 

May 2018

Tony

Rescued: Tony, male cat

Organization: Lucky Day Animal Rescue, Grand Blanc  luckydayanimalrescue.org

Grant Amount Awarded: $100

Rescued from: Genesee County Animal Control

Story: Tony arrived at the shelter as a blind senior with late stage kidney failure.    He will stay with a foster family so they can take care of his medical needs (daily meds, RX food and daily sub q fluids) as well as give him love and comfort.

Outcome: Hospice foster.

 

 

 

 

 

Jay Z

Rescued: Jay Z, male cat

Organization: Lucky Day Animal Rescue, Grand Blanc  luckydayanimalrescue.org

Grant Amount Awarded: $100

Rescued from: Genesee County Animal Control

Story: Jay Z had been attacked by a dog and had a broken jaw, fractured eye sockets and severe facial trauma.  He had to have a wire placed in his jaw and have a feeding tube placed. He is blind in one eye from his injuries.  Jay Z was in foster care while recovering but has been cleared for adoption. 

Outcome: Ready for adoption! Go to luckydayanimalrescue.org for more information.

 

Rescued: Boots, Angel, Benji, and Mindy

Organization: Canine Companions Rescue Center, Clarkston  ccrcdogs.com

Grant Amount Awarded: $100 each

Rescued from: Clare County Animal Control

Story: Benji, Mindy, Boots, and Angel’s previous owner passed away. Her family took the dogs to the shelter to be euthanized.  The shelter was able to talk the family into letting them go to rescue. 

Outcome: Contact ccrcdogs.com for more info.

 

 

Beauty

Rescued: Beauty, female cat

Organization: Paws for Life Rescue, Troy   pawsforliferescue.org

Grant Amount Awarded: $100

Rescued from: Detroit Animal Care and Control

Story: Designated as “Rescue Only” because she is nursing a litter of kittens.

Outcome: In foster care until kittens are weaned, then she deserves a loving home!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Candelario

Rescued: Candelario, female cat

Organization: Paws for Life Rescue, Troy   pawsforliferescue.org

Grant Amount Awarded: $100

Rescued from: Detroit Animal Care and Control

Story: Designated as “Rescue Only” because she is pregnant.

Outcome: In foster care until kittens are born and weaned, then she deserves a loving home!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

M Litter

Rescued: “M” litter

Organization: Michigan Orphan Kitten Rescue, Saline    mikittens.org

Grant Amount Awarded: $100

Rescued from: Romulus Animal Shelter

Story: Designated as “Rescue Only” due to being underage litter of kittens (4 days old).

Outcome: In foster care until old enough to be adopted.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cosima

Rescued: Cosima, female cat

Organization: Paws for Life Rescue, Troy   pawsforliferescue.org

Grant Amount Awarded: $100

Rescued from: Michigan Anti-Cruety Society

Story: Designated as “Rescue Only” due to skin infection. Cosima is in foster care while being treated for MRSA.

Outcome: In foster care.

 

 

 

 

 

Dior, Chanel, Jacobs, Klein, Louie

Rescued: Chanel, Dior, Jacobs, Klein, Louie 

Organization: Paws for Life Rescue, Troy   pawsforliferescue.org

Grant Amount Awarded: $100

Rescued from: Detroit Animal Care and Control

Story: Designated as “Rescue Only” due to being underage litter of kittens.

Outcome: In foster care until old enough to be adopted.

 

April 2018

Moo Kitten

Rescued: Moo, male kitten

Organization: Paws for Life Rescue, Troy   pawsforliferescue.org

Grant Amount Awarded: $100

Rescued from: Detroit Animal Care and Control

Story: Designated as “Rescue Only” due to being underage.

Outcome: In foster care until old enough to be adopted.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gertie

Rescued: Gertie, female kitten

Organization: Paws for Life Rescue, Troy pawsforliferescue.org

Grant Amount Awarded: $100

Rescued from: Detroit Animal Care and Control

Story: Designated as “Rescue Only” due to being underage.

Outcome: In foster care until old enough to be adopted.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Humphry

Rescued: Humphry, male kitten

Organization: Paws for Life Rescue, Troy   pawsforliferescue.org

Grant Amount Awarded: $100

Rescued from: Detroit Animal Care and Control

Story: Designated as “Rescue Only” due to being underage.

Outcome: In foster care until old enough to be adopted.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Elsie

Rescued: Elsie, female kitten

 

Organization: Paws for Life Rescue, Troy   pawsforliferescue.org

Grant Amount Awarded: $100

Rescued from: Detroit Animal Care and Control

Story: Designated as “Rescue Only” due to being underage.

Outcome: In foster care until old enough to be adopted.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bessie

Rescued: Bessie, female kitten

Organization: Paws for Life Rescue, Troy   pawsforliferescue.org

Grant Amount Awarded: $100

Rescued from: Detroit Animal Care and Control

Story: Designated as “Rescue Only” due to being underage.

Outcome: In foster care until old enough to be adopted.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Plaid

Rescued: Plaid, female kitten

Organization: Paws for Life Rescue, Troy   pawsforliferescue.org

Grant Amount Awarded: $100

Rescued from: Detroit Animal Care and Control

Story: Designated as “Rescue Only” due to being underage.

Outcome: In foster care until old enough to be adopted.

 

 

 

 

Polka Dot

Rescued: Polka Dot, female kitten

Organization: Paws for Life Rescue, Troy   pawsforliferescue.org

Grant Amount Awarded: $100

Rescued from: Detroit Animal Care and Control

Story: Designated as “Rescue Only” due to being underage.

Outcome: In foster care until old enough to be adopted.

 

 

 

 

Frank

Rescued: Frank, male dog

Organization: Shelter to Home, Wyandotte  sheltertohome.com

Grant Amount Awarded: $200

Rescued from: Macomb County Animal Control

Story: Frank’s skin was very red and raw with missing fur and lots of scabs.  He was given Revolution and Apoquil and after a little bit of healing he was able to have a bath.  He also had a much needed dental and some large skin tags removed.  He is hard of hearing and seems to only hear low tones or deep voices.  He does not currently take any medications and is pretty mellow like a typical older dog.  His blood panel was great so hopefully this happy guy will have many years with a new family.

Outcome: Frank’s adoption info is here.

 

 

 

Sid

Rescued: Sid, male kitten

Organization: Paws for Life Rescue, Troy pawsforliferescue.org

Grant Amount Awarded: $100

Rescued from: Genesee County Animal Control

Story: Designated as “Rescue Only” due to being underage, Sid is currently in foster care until old enough to be adopted.

Outcome: In foster.

 

 

 

Sid

Rescued: Sid, male kitten

Organization: Paws for Life Rescue, Troy pawsforliferescue.org

Grant Amount Awarded: $100

Rescued from: Genesee County Animal Control

Story: Designated as “Rescue Only” due to being underage, Sid is currently in foster care until old enough to be adopted.

Outcome: In foster.

 

 

 

 

Bumpy

Rescued: Sy/Bumpy, male kitten

Organization: Paws for Life Rescue, Troy  pawsforliferescue.org

Grant Amount Awarded: $100

Rescued from: Genesee County Animal Control

Story: Designated as “Rescue Only” due to being underage, Sy is currently in foster care until old enough to be adopted.

Outcome: In foster.

 

 

 

 

 

Sam

Rescued: Sam, male kitten

Organization: Paws for Life Rescue, Troy pawsforliferescue.org

Grant Amount Awarded: $100

Rescued from: Genesee County Animal Control

Story: Designated as “Rescue Only” due to being underage, Sam is currently in foster care until old enough to be adopted.

Outcome: In foster.

 

 

 

 

 

Zipper

Rescued: Zipper, female cat

Organization: Paws for Life Rescue, Troy pawsforliferescue.org

Grant Amount Awarded: $100

Rescued from: Detroit Animal Care and Control

Story:  Zipper is a young, friendly, social kitty in need of a home and someone to love. She is  outgoing and enjoys being around people. She is a fun-filled, happy cat who likes to play and loves to love. Zipper always uses a litterbox like a good girl. If a sweetheart cat is the right pet for you, please apply today!

Outcome: See Zipper’s adoption info here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Paisley

Rescued: Paisley, female cat

Organization: Paws for Life Rescue, Troy   pawsforliferescue.org

Grant Amount Awarded: $100

Rescued from: Detroit Animal Care and Control

Story: Designated as “Rescue Only” due to being a nursing mom, Paisley is a well-socialized, friendly kitty who loves people, loves being petted and scratched.

Outcome: Adopted.

 

 

 

Zeus

Rescued: Zeus, male dog

Organization: Shelter to Home, Wyandotte  sheltertohome.com

Grant Amount Awarded: $200

Rescued from: River Rouge Animal Control

Story: Zeus had entropian and required a veterinary eye specialist to determine the course of treatment. Entropion is an abnormality of the eyelids in which the eyelid “rolls” inward. This inward rolling often causes the hair on the surface of the eyelid to rub against the cornea (outer part of the eyeball) resulting in pain, corneal ulcers or corneal erosions. He wore contact lenses for a while so the ulcerss on his eyes could heal prior to having surgery to correct his condition. He also had horrible ear infections and we thought he might need to have his ear canals removed. He responded well to antibiotics and steroids and is currently on a food trial to see if we can solve his allergy problems.

Outcome: Zeus’s adoption info is here.

 

 

 

March 2018

Charlie

Rescued: Charlie, male dog

Organization: Shelter to Home, Wyandotte  sheltertohome.com

Grant Amount Awarded: $200

Rescued from: River Rouge Animal Control

Story: Charlie had several patches on his ears and back where the skin was raised and crusty. He also had about 8 masses on his chest and abdomen that resembled mammary tumors. They were removed and were not cancerous.  Charlie is still being treated for his skin issues and will be entering obedience classes within the next few weeks. Charlie seems to have never had any training. He’s very sweet but he’s a little bit like a bull in a china shop when he runs around the house. We also hope to see how he reacts around other dogs to help his foster mom know what kind of home he would be best for. He currently lives with a cat and seems to be afraid of it.

Outcome: Charlie’s adoption info is here.

 

 

 

Bear

Rescued: Bear, male dog

Organization: Canine Companions Rescue Center, Clarkston  ccrcdogs.com

Grant Amount Awarded: $100

Rescued from: Macomb County Animal Shelter

Story: 8-year-old Bear is an older gentleman who made his way to animal control because his owners were not taking care of him properly. CCRC picked him up and gave him a spa day at the groomer. He then got a full medical work up and is ready to find his forever home. He is a current candidate to live at a local senior center making everyone happy everyday. Fingers crossed for Bear.

Outcome: Contact ccrcdogs.com for more info.

 

 

 

 

Lenny

Rescued: Lenny, male cat

Organization: Shelter to Home, Wyandotte  sheltertohome.com

Grant Amount Awarded: $200

Rescued from: City of Wyandotte Animal Control

Story: After a few weeks in foster care, Lenny’s foster mom noticed he wasn’t thriving.  He was taken to the vet and after several test it was determined he needs thyroid medication and steroids.  He has a GI disease and has flare-ups where he won’t eat.  He’s a high maintenance cat but he is so sweet and loving that he is worth every bit of care it takes to try and keep him comfortable.

Outcome: In foster care.  Most likely unadoptable/hospice.

 

 

 

 

 

Cuddles

Rescued: Cuddles, male cat

Organization: Leuk’s Landing, Ann Arbor leukslanding.org

Grant Amount Awarded: $100 each

Rescued From: Detroit Animal Care & Control

Story: Cuddles tested postitive for feline leukemia.

Outcome: Living permanently at Leuk’s Landing, a sanctuary for FeLV+ cats, where he will receive top-notch vet care to keep his immune system strong so he stays healthy as long as possible.

 

 

 

Faith

Rescued: Faith, female dog

Organization: Canine Companions Rescue Center, Clarkston  ccrcdogs.com

Grant Amount Awarded: $100

Rescued from: Macomb County Animal Shelter

Story: 12-year-old Faith is a golden girl  who was miserable at the scary shelter. She is doing wonderful in a loving foster home now. She is now on medicine for the arthritis in her back, had her teeth cleaned, is on a special food, and feels soooo much better.  She is  almost ready for her new family, could that be you?

Outcome: Contact ccrcdogs.com for more info.

 

 

 

 

February 2018

Pearl

Rescued: Pearl, female cat

Organization: Leuk’s Landing, Ann Arbor leukslanding.org

Grant Amount Awarded: $100 each

Rescued From: Livingston County Animal Control

Story: Pearl tested postitive for feline leukemia.

Outcome: Living permanently at Leuk’s Landing sanctuary.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pebbles

Rescued: Pebbles, female dog

Organization: Canine Companions Rescue Center, Clarkston  ccrcdogs.com

Grant Amount Awarded: $100

Rescued from: Macomb County Animal Shelter

Story: 10-year-old Pebbles arrived at the shelter with several medical issues and in dire need of a dental. The staff contacted CCRC; they were able to place her into a loving foster home where she can hang out with other cats and dogs while  awaiting her adoptive home.

Outcome: Adopted.

 

 

 

 

 

Mrs. Carter

Rescued: Mrs. Carter, female dog

Organization: Canine Companions Rescue Center, Clarkston  ccrcdogs.com

Grant Amount Awarded: $100

Rescued from: Macomb County Animal Shelter

Story: 2-year-old Mrs. Carter arrived at the shelter because her previous owners could no longer care for her. She was extremely frightened in the shelter and didn’t want anyone to touch her. CCRC friends wanted to see how she would do in a home environment; she did very well in a foster home and has now found a wonderful family to love and spoil  her.

Outcome: Adopted.

 

 

 

 

Issac

Rescued: Issac, male dog

Organization: Canine Companions Rescue Center, Clarkston  ccrcdogs.com

Grant Amount Awarded: $100

Rescued from: Macomb County Animal Shelter

Story: Isaac arrived at the shelter and tested positive for demodex mange, which meant that he was not going to be available for adoption through the shelter. The staff contacted CCRC; they were able to place him into a loving foster home where he is able to play with other dogs while the mange is being treated. He LOVES to play, so this is a perfect arrangement.

Outcome: Adopted.

 

 

 

 

Chili

Rescued: Chili, male dog

Organization: Canine Companions Rescue Center, Clarkston  ccrcdogs.com

Grant Amount Awarded: $100

Rescued from: Michigan Anti-Cruelty Society

Story: Chili was surrendered into the shelter because one of his owners had passed away and the other could no longer care for him. Shelter staff found a large heart murmur and noticed some issues with his eye, so they reached out to CCRC. Those kind folks picked him up and got all of his medical issues taken care of at the vet and arranged for a new haircut from a groomer.

Outcome:  Chili now lives in a home with an owner who loves wonderful senior dogs and says it is a match made in heaven. They enjoy snuggling and watching TV together.

 

 

 

Tia

Rescued: Tia, female dog

Organization: Furry Friends Rescue, Brighton  furryfriendsrescueinc.petfinder.com

Grant Amount Awarded: $100

Rescued from: Genesee County Animal Control

Story: Tia is a nervous little dog that tended to nip when she met new people or was unsure in a new situation. It seemed lack of socialization and her general nervousness caused her to shut down and avoid situations where she was uncomfortable.  When she was petted over her head or was touched when it wasn’t her idea she would bite. Once she got to know people and was comfortable in her foster home, she loved attention and was sweet. Her adopters were really
understanding, ignored her and let her come to them and the adoption magic happened.      Outcome: Adopted.

 

 

 

 

January 2018

 

 

Spock (aka Lenny)

Rescued: Spock (aka Lenny), male cat

Organization: Furry Friends Rescue, Brighton  furryfriendsrescueinc.petfinder.com

Grant Amount Awarded: $100

Rescued from: Genesee County Animal Control

Story: Spock aka Lenny was designated “Rescue Only” by the shelter due to having a severe URI, corneal erosion, and being malnourished. He also tested positive for Rose Bengal stain FHV.  Lenny is on antivirals and has active FHV in the eye. He is doing well, gaining weight and loves to play with other cats and toys. He will be on the antiviral for at least another month (another refill), and will need another Rose Bengal stain and eye exam.

Outcome: In foster care during treatment.

 

 

 

 

Bailey

Rescued: Bailey, male dog

Organization: Canine Companions Rescue Center, Clarkston  ccrcdogs.com

Grant Amount Awarded: $200

Rescued from: Macomb County Animal Shelter

Story:  Bailey was taken to the shelter when his owner passed away. It was evident that he was not walking normally. CCRC was contacted and they took him for an orthopedic evaluation, which identified severe patella issues. Surgery was performed on the left knee; the right knee will be done in a few months.

Outcome: In foster care while knees are being treated.

 

 

Kalauah

Rescued: Kalauah, male dog

Organization: Canine Companions Rescue Center, Clarkston  ccrcdogs.com

Grant Amount Awarded: $200

Rescued from: Macomb County Animal Shelter

Story:  Kalauah was taken to the shelter when his owner passed away. It was evident that he was not walking normally. CCRC was contacted and they took him for an orthopedic evaluation, which identified severe patella issues. Surgery was performed on the left knee; the right knee will be done in a few months.

Outcome: In foster care while knees are being treated.

 

 

 

 

Andre

Rescued: Andre, male dog

Organization: Canine Companions Rescue Center, Clarkston  ccrcdogs.com

Grant Amount Awarded: $100

Rescued from: Macomb County Animal Shelter

Story: 8-year-old Andre is looking for a wonderful home that he can kick back and relax in. CCRC foster indicates that he is a perfect gentleman in their home and plays with their cat and dog. He’s had all vetting done and even got his teeth cleaned.

Outcome: Adopted.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Janelle

Rescued: Janelle, female dog

Organization: Canine Companions Rescue Center, Clarkston  ccrcdogs.com

Grant Amount Awarded: $100

Rescued from: Macomb County Animal Shelter

Story: “I just have a bunch of stuff going on with me and I have no idea why I was at animal control. I am such a good girl and love
people. Unfortunately, whoever had me before did not spay me and the vet believes
I am pregnant. On top of that, I am heartworm positive! Even though the shelter staff was not happy with those results and either were my new friends at CCRC, they promised me I would be in good hands now and will get everything I need. I am currently foster in a home with other dogs and I also have great house manners.”

Outcome: Janelle is in foster care, stay tuned here for more info.

 

 

Dixie

Rescued: Dixie, female dog

Organization: Canine Companions Rescue Center, Clarkston  ccrcdogs.com

Grant Amount Awarded: $100

Rescued from: Macomb County Animal Shelter

Story: Dixie was a stray who tested positive for heartworm disease so was unable to be adopted. The shelter contacted CCRC to see if they were able to take her. Luckily, CCRC had foster room and is getting heartworm treatment for Dixie. She’ll be ready for adoption soon.  Outcome: Find more information about Dixie here.

 

 

 

 

Murdoch

Rescued: Murdoch, male cat

Organization: Shelter to Home, Wyandotte  sheltertohome.com

Outcome: See Murdoch’s adoption info here

Grant Amount Awarded: $100

Rescued from:  River Rouge Animal Control

Story: Murdoch had a terrible infection in his eyes and one of them needed to be removed. The eye  was removed and now he’s perfectly healthy and happy.  He’s a great cat, waiting for a new home.

Outcome: See Murdoch’s adoption info here.

 

 

 

Auburn

Rescued: Auburn

Organization: Leuk’s Landing, Ann Arbor leukslanding.org

Grant Amount Awarded: $100 each

Rescued From: Michigan Humane Society

Story: Auburn tested postitive for feline leukemia.

Outcome: Living permanently at a Leuk’s Landing long-term foster home.

 

 

 

Doodles

Rescued: Doodles, female dog

Organization: Canine Companions Rescue Center, Clarkston  ccrcdogs.com

Grant Amount Awarded: $100

Rescued from:  Gladwin County Animal Control

Story: 8-year-old Doodles Doodles was surrendered into the shelter because the family got a new puppy. She didn’t understand why they didn’t want her anymore but the
staff at Gladwin County Animal Control knew who to call- CCRC. A volunteer drove to pick her up and promised they would find her the best family ever once they were done taking care of all her medical needs.

Outcome: Adoption pending

 

 

 

 

 

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