Monday, December 17, 2018


December, 2018
Pepe Le Pew's Surgery Was A Success!

Pepe Le Pew had his third and final surgery andLittle Shelter is happy to announce that it was a success! This friendly kitty who was born without functioning eyelids will now be able to live the rest of his life without discomfort thanks to Little Shelter’s Vet Dr. Handlin.

In a very unique procedure, part of Pepe’s eyelid was replaced with a small part of his lip tissue. Having a similar type of elasticity, the hope is that once he has fully recovered, thelittle piece of lip tissue will be able to function as an eyelid. This would allow Pepe to live without the need for medical eye drops to keep his eyes moisturized. Pepe also suffered from a medical condition that caused fur to grow on the inside of his eyelids causing constant scratching and irritation to his eyeballs.

With your support, Pepe Le Pew was able to get the medical treatment he so badly needed. Through Little Shelter’s, care he was given a second chance and found himself a furever home. His mom and dad love him so much, which we couldn’t be happier about. Your donations make it possible for us to help cats like Pepe.
Mr. Wister Has Been Adopted!

Last month we introduced you to Mr. Wister, a 5 year old dog with a horribly broken back leg. Through Little Shelter’s care, he received the medical treatment he needed and went through a transformation from matted fur covered in filth to a happy, clean puppy looking for belly rubs.

A few weeks after his surgery, Mr. Wister was available for adoption and within a week, he found his furever home! We are happy to announce that Mr. Wister has been adopted and is flourishing with his new family. He loves to cuddle on the couch and take long naps in his bed. We are all so happy for him. Mr. Wister got the second chance he needed because of your continued support to Little Shelter.
Meet Taki:

Taki is a fun loving 8 year old Chihuahua mix whose favorite activity is playing with squeaky toys. She goes absolutely nuts trying to play with a squeaker and will dance on her hind paws to get it. She also enjoys rolling in the grass and it's so funny to watch. She's a sweet girl who likes meeting new people and getting affection.

Taki is out to prove that age is just a number and you can teach an old dog new tricks. Come meet her today at Little Shelter!
Meet Emilia:

Emilia is a super friendly cat who is just looking for someone who wants to be her best friend. She LOVES people and follows staff back and forth throughout the cattery looking for attention. It may be hard to believe, but this cutie pie was rescued near a train station where she was going up to people on the platform looking for attention!

Right now she's hoping Santa will hear her Christmas wish and bring her a family of her very own.

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