Cats rescued from California fires suffer from burnt paws and smoke inhalation

Cats suffered burnt paws and smoke inhalation in Calif wild fires

Mass and rapid evacuations by residents caught up in the massive, raging California fires resulted in companion animals being left behind. The residents fled without their pets. It reminds me of the floods. It must have been rapid and terrifying. … please continue reading

Heroic Veterinary Medics at Middletown Animal Hospital Continue To Treat Victims of Wildfire

The headline news about the California wildfires have subsided but the work to treat the animals who miraculously survived, some with severe injuries, continues and will do so for months to come. Middletown Animal Hospital is in Lake County, California … please continue reading

Elizabeth: A story of hope, courage and evil children

By Elisa Black-Taylor This is the story of Elizabeth, a cat from South Carolina who was thrown into an open fire by a 13 year ­old boy. Her owner’s were unable to keep her after this horrific crime was committed, … please continue reading