Someone e-mailed Homeward Bound to help this kittie. Garfield was found near Hwy 75 and Chicago Ave, in Plattsmouth, NE. He is a young male cat who is injured, malnourished, and was all alone. Garfield is in desperate need of surgery tomorrow morning on his left front leg, it is broke right in half, only hanging on by skin. Garfield will need his left front leg amputated to survive. and at that time he will be neutered.we are not sure if he has any other injuries. Please find it in your heart to help save Garfield!
To learn more or to donate, visit http://www.youcaring.com/medical-fundraiser/to-raise-money-to-pay-for-garfields-surgery-to-save-his-life/235651
Time for our fall garage sale!
Please stop by our garage sale and purchase items or donate pet food. Also, please consider adopting or fostering animals like Scamp (pictured above).
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Looking forward to seeing you Sept.25-27 at 13256 Millard Ave in Omaha!
We are coming up against some very high medical bills and to offset that, we would love anything you could donate!
Any and all help would be greatly appreciated.
Roxie and Lexie found there furrever home!! We are so happy for them on finding such a great family! You both will be so loved.
Oreo and Rascal with their new moms. They are so loved already ! Good luck boys and be good . Make your moms proud!
MJ was found as a 5 week old kitten living on the streets, malnourished and alone. A sweet lady took him home and contacted Homeward Bound to help him. We brought him into our rescue,took him into the vet, and found a foster home for him. At some point he was either playing or got attaket by another cat, that led his eye to being scratched all the way through to the retina, which is requiring surgery to hopefully save his eye. He is 12 weeks old now, and needs this surgery to survive. Please find it in your heart to help save MJ. He will also be available for adoption after the surgery and after he heals.
For more information or to donate, visit MJ’s YouCaring page.
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We’re almost there! Omaha’s second annual 24-hour charitable challenge is set for Wednesday, May 21st. 569 nonprofits serving Douglas, Sarpy, and Pottawatamie counties are participating and thousands of givers are waiting for midnight to strike.
On May 21st, you have 24 hours to support your favorite nonprofits by making an online donation of $10 or more. Then, matching funds and prize money amplify the charitable donations from the community!
Now’s the time to find out who’s taking part, to rally your circles, and to get set to give. Let’s show off just how generous our community can be!
Come join us for our annual Garage sale!
Yesterday, America’s first cat café opened in New York City. Cat lovers, you now have only three more day to sip coffee and eat pastries alongside adorable cats! Purina One teamed up with the North Shore Animal League, the country’s largest no-kill shelter, to create this pop-up café that’s the temporary home to rescue cats. While the concept of a cat café has been around for a while, with Asia and Europe leading the way, this is the first time one has opened in the United States. Two permanent cat cafés are scheduled to open in San Francisco this year.The concept is simple. Visitors pay an hourly fee or cover charge to sit and lounge with cats. This one, on 168 Bowery, is free. Sixteen cats roam the premises and you’re welcome to pick one up and snuggle with it. If you fall in love with a particular one, you can even adopt it! (Read about each individual cat, here. Looks like “Sushi” is featured in the photo, above.) To get your feline fix, stop by the store from 10a to 7p each day till April 27. If you’d like to learn a little something, you can listen to different cat experts talk about cat health and behavior. The store’s capacity is limited to just 65 people, so you may have to wait in line.
Spring has sprung, and with the change of season, our thoughts inevitably turn to Easter celebrations, spring cleaning and much-needed home improvement projects. But the new balmy weather can prove not-so-sunny for curious pets—or their unwitting parents. Before you embark on seasonal chores or outdoor revelry, take inventory of potential springtime hazards for your delicate, furry friend. To help you out, our ASPCA experts have come up with a few seasonal tips that will help prevent mishaps or misfortunes.
- Easter Treats and Decorations Keep Easter lilies and candy bunnies in check—chocolate goodies are toxic to cats, dogs and ferrets, and lilies can be fatal if ingested by our furry friends. And be mindful, kitties love to nibble on colorful plastic grass, which can lead to an obstructed digestive tract, severe vomiting and dehydration. Moreover, while bunnies, chicks and other festive animals are adorable, resist the urge to buy—these cute babies grow up fast and often require specialized care!
- Screen Yourself
Many pet parents welcome the breezy days of spring by opening their windows. Unfortunately, they also unknowingly put their pets at risk—especially cats, who are apt to jump or fall through unscreened windows. Be sure to install snug and sturdy screens in all of your windows. If you have adjustable screens, make sure they are tightly wedged into window frames.
…read more tips here!