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Updated: Jun 22, 2021

This adorable little girl was found by one of the team members of NTPD running across Bruce B downs. As many people are aware, this time of year there is a substantial influx of kittens born to stray momma cats. The staff contacted HDRF to help take this previous baby in as all of the rescues we contacted are full and cannot take in any more rescues. We immediately took in this baby and had her checked out by the vet at NTPH. She is believed to be about 4 weeks old and only weighs 1lb. She is currently in a foster home learning how to be a house kitty and will be available for adoption in a few weeks once she gets spayed. Contact us today if you would like to adopt this little angel.

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Updated: Jun 18, 2021

This is a sad story of a mama and her babies losing their owner.

Duchess was rescued by a good Samaritan when he found her on a building site. She was living on the streets of Tampa and had no where to go so he decided to take her home. A few weeks later to his surprise she had 4 babies!

One of the kittens was adopted by his friend and so he was left with the 4. Unfortunately Duchesses new owner sadly passed away and they were left in an apartment on their own.

Thankfully, the owner of the condo was aware of the kittens being there and took care of them and reached out to us for help.

Mama Duchess and her 3 babies were taken in and checked out by one of our vets and all are doing well. All will be spayed and neutered and ready for adoption in the upcoming weeks.

Pictured below:

Mama is Duchess, roughly 18 months old. She is very loving and loves attention and cuddles!

Baby Vee ( black female with white v on her chest) - little troublemaker :) loves to play with her siblings

Binx - (all black male) - more timid than his sister but also very playful and loves to cuddle his mama

Callie (calico female) - such love bug! She has already been adopted from one of the vet hospital team members!!!

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Dingo was presented as an emergency walk-in after being hit by a truck. He was brought to Seven Oaks Pet Hospital by a couple who had recently taken over the care of him when he was abandoned. His previous owners left him tied to a tree in the backyard when they moved so the neighbors had been feeding and caring for him. Dingo was still tied to the tree outside when he escaped and ran into the road. The new owner chased after him, but a truck hit him in the road. The new owner rushed him into the clinic for immediate care. Due to financial constraints, the new owner elected to surrender him to the clinic so that appropriate care could be provided, and a new home found for him once fully recovered.

The Hermoine-Duncan foundation is currently covering the costs of his medical care including full in-house diagnostics consisting of full blood work, radiographs with review from a board-certified radiologist to rule out any fractures on his injured legs, wound care, pain medication & antibiotics and laceration repair to close his wounds. In addition to boarding care in the clinic.

We have found Dingo a perfect home and he is being taken care of! He is so loved.

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