Knowing that these senior and chronically ill pets will live comfortably for the rest of their days warms our hearts, and we hope that knowing their stories will warm yours too! If you would like to learn more about our Silver Paws for Silver Hearts program, just click the button below.
Chante is 13-15 years old. Her owner died Monday, February 7th, 2022. Little Chante had been staying alone in their apartment for over a month as her owner was hospitalized prior to death. The family left the TV on 24/7 and went to her house to feed and potty Chante. Chante is a bit overweight and needs to was evaluated by a veterinarian. Even before her owner became ill, Chante received little or no veterinary care.
Little Chante became a Silver Paw for a Silver Heart couple in March of 2022. Before long, her Silver Hearts, being financially able to care for her for the rest of her days opted to adopt her so that SPCHS could use the funds ear-marked for her for another! In the words of her silver heart, "I think this is a great program and have told everyone who would listen!"
Noah Blue is a perfect example of an owner surrender/rescue that has turned a corner into a totally different situation.
Noah is six years old. During his initial vet evaluation exam, advanced heartworm disease was discovered. His heart is enlarged and he has fluid in the lungs and around the heart. Heartworms are preventable, but sweet Noah has never been on a regimen and now the disease is to the point he wouldn’t survive the treatment. So…even though Noah a little young for our "Silver Paws and Silver Hearts" Program, due to this serious health issue, he is now in our Hospice program (part of Silver Paws for Silver Hearts) -- a permanent foster arrangement where we do our very best to care for and love critters for as long as they need us.
Noah is on a variety of medications to reduce the fluids and help his heart function. All of this is expensive, and we need YOUR help in covering the current expenses and others as we continue to offer Noah Blue the BEST life we can.
With a name fitting for a Rock Star Sammy Hagar reminds all those, who have the pleasure of knowing him, of Keith Richards, guitarist and singer for the Rolling Stones. It’s not often you meet an animal with a full name, but just like a Rock Star, Sammy likes to stand out from the crowd. “Everybody ought to have a last name,” his silver heart, Cheryl, said, explaining why she calls him Sammy Hagar. Like a Diva, Sammy loves to let his Mom, know he needs her attention.
Sammy is one of the kittens Cheryl has fostered and cared for. She takes extra time and specially prepares his food because of his special needs diet.
Sammy’s previous owner, reached out to S-PCHS because he didn’t feel like he could take care of Sammy anymore, at least not the way he deserved. S-PCHS helped him out and placed Sammy into the S-PCHS Foster System where Cheryl immediately fostered him.
After his blood work showed his age and health issues, she decided to be his Silver Heart “Furever”, instead of being a [temporary] foster mom.What's a product or service you'd like to show.
Sylvester and his adopted sister Sadie belong to a couple whose health and eyesight are failing, causing them to trip over the kitties and have difficulty physically caring for them. Sylvester is 8 years old, Sadie is 6 years old. Sylvester and Sadie are a bonded pair -- they will live together with their Silver Heart fur-ever!
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