These are animals that are new to Always Hope Animal Rescue. They may not be up for adoption yet but will be when they are ready. Please check our Adoptable Pets to see which animals are available for adoption at this time.
3-8-17 These little angels are coming on a transport to Always Hope. They will be going into wonderful foster homes and will be available for adoption April 1st. At that time all of their information including breed, age and personality will be on our website under Adoptable Pets.
Meet Thomas and Tamere
3-17-17 Thomas – is a sweet boy who ended up at the home of a man who rescued cats. He took him in for 2 months until he could find a no-kill rescue to take him. Always Hope stepped up and he has settled in nicely even though he’s only been with us a day. He is very sweet and will be fixed next week and up for adoption. Thomas as that “big neck” Tom cat face which his foster mom has fallen in love with. A very gentle boy.
Tamere – She came to Always Hope after being live trapped for a Trap-Neuter-Release program. She was very sweet and in no way feral. They asked Always Hope to take her in after realizing she may be pregnant. It was confirmed via ultra sound at Town Center Vet in Howell that she is indeed pregnant. She is being taken care of in a foster home where she will be able to have her kittens in a loving and social environment. She is very sweet and as you can see she has very neat marking.
3-23-17 Gabriel is our very special boy. Gabriel has cerebellar hypoplasia. He was in a shelter and needed to go into a foster based rescue so that he would be taken care of property. He was severely matted and needed to have his belly shaved. He was very skinny and underweight so we are working at getting some extra pounds on him. He walks like he’s drunk but gets around just fine and is even able to use a litter box. He is great with kids, dogs and other cats. He’s very laid back and just wants to be by her human. He’s a real love bug.
Cerebellar hypoplasia is a neurological condition in which the cerebellum is smaller than usual or not completely developed. Cerebellar hypoplasia is a feature of a number of congenital (present at birth) malformation syndromes, such as Walker-Warburg syndrome (a form of muscular dystrophy).
Meet the Family
3-23-17 Always Hope was asked to help out a special needs person who had too many cats. We took in a mamma cat and her two 9 month old kittens as well as her six 4 week old kittens. They are healthy and in the process of getting vaccines and medical that they did not have before. They are a little bit freaked out but settling into their foster home well.
They will be getting fixed and put up for adoption when they are ready. Keep watching this page for updates.
Meet Candy and her kittens
3-23-17 Update above – Candy’s kittens are thriving. She is an awesome mom and they are starting to walk around and explore just a little bit. All of their eyes are open and they are becoming a bit more vocal. They are three weeks old.
3-17-17 She came to Always Hope after living outside for years and having litter after litter. She was very pregnant when she arrived and she finally gave birth on March 3rd to five healthy babies. They are all doing well and Candy is taking great care of them. Candy is very sweet and social and will be looking for a forever home in about 8 weeks when she and her kittens are available for adoption.
Please keep watching this page for the new furry friends that will be coming…