Cat Rescue:

Give Him a Second Chance 


“Chance” was found near PetSmart in Monroe, MI and brought into the store. Friends of Companion Animals (FoCA) cat rescue center was called to see if we could help him. A microchip scan revealed that he is been adopted in August 2017 at four months old to a home in Southfield Michigan from a rescue located in Walled Lake, Michigan. His adopters didn’t report him missing and they had him declawed, which is against the organization’s policies. Because of this contract breach, the rescue has retained custody of Chance.

Since he is now back in their possession, they are responsible for his medical costs and care. In fact his original foster from when he was a kitten will be fostering him during his recovery. After the veterinarian examination, it appears that his jaw is dislocated or broken. They surmised that the injuries he sustained are consistent with riding under or inside the engine compartment of a motor vehicle and ultimately falling from that vehicle. 

Currently, we are seeking funds for his vet care so any monetary help we can give is appreciated. You can send your checks with a ‘memo’ note that says ‘Second Chance Fund’ to:

Friends of Companion Animals

Attn: Second Chance Fund

2532 N. Dixie Hwy.

Monroe, MI 48162 

 

Below are some additional images but they are more graphic in nature. However, it illustrates the extent of his injuries and why funds for his care are desperately needed. 

 

 

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Friend of Companion Animals would like to offer our thanks to I want marketing.com. For every site they build for a business they also construct one for a local nonprofit animal organization. We are very honored and happy that they chose our feline rescue and adoption center.

Along with information about our facilities, this site will also include a list of our adoptable animals, which appear on Petfinder, in the coming weeks so stay tuned.

And if you are in need of a new website make sure to check them out because you’re not only helping a Monroe-based web design business you’re also helping other homeless pets in the process.

Friends of companion animals would like to thank all of the attendees of our fifth annual auction fundraiser, which was held Saturday, October 21, 2017. People came out to enjoy a delicious dinner and bed on a variety of items, from gift cards to local businesses to gift baskets and more.

As a completely volunteer run, nonprofit organization, all proceeds from our auctions go directly to support the care of our shelter and its felines. It’s always wonderful when people come out to support our endeavor of making Monroe County, MI free of homeless and unwanted cats.

So again, we like to extend our thanks to everyone who donated items and to everyone who show up for our events. Your generosity is greatly appreciated.