On December 8 2013 at Head to Tails Pet Supply is High Ridge a brave group of Lucy’s supporters gathered to enjoy Holiday photos , bake sales and raffles and the always welcoming staff at Head to Tails .Cathi and Patty and their staff ran the bake sale and raffles . While Joyce and debi shot Holiday photos and Jan showed off upcoming adoptable kittens . It was a success , but we still need more for Lucy’s surgeries . To help with Lucy’s Christmas wish call Murphy Animal hospital to donate call 636-677-8555 and put on Rainbow Ranch account for Lucy .
Thanks to everyone who baked and worked so hard for this wonderful dog !!!!
A wonderful turnout to help Lucy the American Bulldog get her surgeries . Thank you to the staff and clients of Messy Tessy’s dog grooming in Hillsboro.
Snowflake is a baby Turkish Angora kitten who was adopted and came back to us after she developed a problem that caused the loss of the use of her back legs. She may drag her back legs, but never misses her litter box and eats and plays like a normal kitten. Loves dogs and other cats. But will need a quiet home. We are trying to see if a cart will help her. She will need a special needs home. We are looking for a sponsor for Snowflake. She was rescued by Recycling Rover Give back at Head to Tails this weekend to help Snowflake.
Healthy adoptable kittens will be available there this weekend too! Come by meet the kitties and talk to Jan noon -five and make a donation to help Snowflake!!!!!
Give the gift of a pain free life for Lucy the American Bulldog this weekend at Head to Tails pet supplies in High Ridge Missouri at 1692 Gravois road from noon to five . By getting a Holiday photo of your pet,buying a bake sale item or raffle tickets for great pet related items. You may also donate at Murphy Animal hospital where the surgery will be done. Lucy is a 5 year old American Bulldog rescued by Recycling Rover locked in a trailer with other small animals ,no electric or food and water.She has a blown out left knee which makes here leg appear to hang there ,she has hip dysplasia and skin allergies ,both ears have hematoma and she may well be deaf after the surgery on them.Her right eye is also messed up from rubbing her face and ear, But her attitude and spirit are amazing. The medications are helping , but she does need to have the surgeries ASAP call Murphy Animal hospital at 636-677-8555 to donate to her fund directly.
Join us Saturday December 7 at Messy Tessy’s Pet Grooming for photos with Santa. Proceeds go to help Homeless animals Call 636-797-5966
This Sunday at Head to Tails Pet supply in High Ridge from 12-5 come and have a Holiday photo of your pet and help Lucy the American bulldog get much needed surgeries.
Lucy was never cared for in her former home and after rescue took her in, they found out she needs 5 surgeries.
Please help us help Lucy, so she can live a pain free life.
Call 636-174-3385 for more information
Here at The Rainbow Ranch which is our home we are Thankful for all the animals we have helped get to safety and all the volunteers and fosters and friends who help us. We are Thankful for our 3 beautiful children and our 4 wonderful and amazing grandchildren. Our wonderful resident animals who enhance our lives everyday. For our protectors who now help keep this place safe for us and keep our doors open. Thank You all, – the animals and friends of The Rainbow Ranch Project. 2014 the year of 20 shades of stray !!!!
Each night at Disneyland , after the sunburned families and exhausted cast members have made their way home, the park fills up again — this time with hundreds of feral cats.
Park Officials love the felines because they help control the mouse population.(After all, a park full of cartoon mice is more enticing than a park full of real ones ) But these cats aren’t a new addition to the Disney family . They first showed up at Disneyland shortly after it opened in 1955, (the year I was born ) and rather than spending time chasing them away.park officials decided to put the cats to work .
Today there are plenty of benefits to being a Disney employed mouser. When they are not prowling the grounds, these corporate fat cats spend their days lounging at one of 5 permanent feeding stations. Of course Disney has gone to great lengths to manage it’s feline population. Wranglers at the parks work to spay and neuter cats and when kittens are found , they are spayed and neutered and adopted out.
During a time yesterday when I was feeling low , this e-mail came about Disney cats from our friend Kathy Henderson , Thank you Kathy
Please help Snowflake ! Go to our “Ready For A Home Page.”
Wow Kevin Fox never stops working for the ferals!!!!
Here are the new feeding station and a second feral box!!!
Thank you Kevin and Jan!!
This week we lost Bob, one of our oldest feral cats.
Bob is buried here at the ranch and that little black bobtail boy will live in our hearts forever ……….
Thank You to our wonderful director Joyce Stafos for all the new gravel for the drive and dog runs !!!
And Thank you to her son David who is coming out to re-gravel all the dog runs.
Thank you to Randy Miller for bringing the gravel out.
We are truly blessed!