Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Bella Swimming for her rehab :-)

Well, Bella doesn't like to swim, but at least she isn't afraid to get in the water!

Saturday, January 3, 2015


Come join JEAN LUC, MR. SPOCK, and PHOEBE at PetCo in Granger from noon to 3pm Sunday!

Also, come meet Adopted German Shepherd, DIESEL!
Many other kittens of all different ages will be there as well.

Wednesday, December 17, 2014


Bella is heading to Fort Wayne on Friday for a surgical consult!  We have almost $1,000 in donations, but the surgical estimate is $3,000. That doesn't cover her rehab, but we will work on that when it is time. Her Paypal link is on the Home page as well as the Adoption page

"Ouch, I hurt!"

Sunday, December 14, 2014


Beautiful Bella has been hit by a car. We are asking for donations to cover her surgical costs!  Her acetabulum is broken in TWO places. This surgery, at the low end, will cost $1500 (plate put in to hold the pelvis together). 
  At the time of the accident, we had JUST paid off another veterinary bill and had only $50 in the Dream Paws account.  

  A $5.00 donation goes a long way when given by hundred of people.  Please share this request for a donation to our PayPal account. The button is  on the Adoptable page as well as the Home page.



Tuesday, December 9, 2014

A visit with Chloe

In early December, Gary and I drove to Valparaiso, IN to meet with Chloe's foster mom from Midwest Border Collie Rescue (Jackie). Her family was visiting friends for a birthday party!  What great luck that we were all able to meet and visit.

Friday, October 31, 2014

What a gorgeous and courageous girl Chloe is!  She LOVES playing and has found the enjoyment of fallen leaves :-)

Saturday, October 25, 2014

UPDATE: Chloe the Border Collie

Chloe is participating in some intense physical therapy. X-rays revealed that both rear legs are dislocated. Being dislocated for such an extended period of time allows the leg to form tissue around the joint.
The best case scenario would be one in which the physical therapy can allow her to move her hocks more normally and then surgery to place one or both femurs back in the pelvic bone.

Updates coming soon.