Doudoune lived with a small dog . When the family had a baby she was surrendered to the shelter. She is a spayed mature female. She has not been declawed. Her darling face with that pink nose and green inquisitive eyes stole my heart. I feel she will be best in a quiet home….maybe with a dog.
These two boys need to be remembered. I had told the shelter that I would save them and that transportation was arranged. The shelter in Quebec euthanized them anyways without telling me or the transport people. How tragic and I am broken hearted with their cruel fate caused by lazy shelter staff that don’t care about any life but more about work load. They would have been safe and loved forever. I am devastated.
Muffy and Puffy break my heart. They were the two senior cats that were dumped at our doorstep scrunched in a small cage overnight in the cold rain for us to find in the morning. We tried to track down the owners because we had the license plate number but the authorities would not help us. These two were too traumatized to help. You can see the fear in their eyes. We thought it was most humane to let them go…peacefully. Fall 2015
Bay Cat Hospital is dedicated to the memory of Odie, the first cat Dr. Gaby rescued from the streets after her graduation from OVC. Odie suddenly and tragically started her next life in heaven just one week before the opening of Dr. Herman’s dream Bay Cat Hospital. It was like Odie helped and watched Dr. Gaby as she evolved into the veterinarian she is now and then she left, just like that, knowing that this would be an exciting new journey and her work was done. She would be Dr. Gaby’s guardian angel forever and always.Whatever the significance of her passing was she was heaven sent, made a difference and proved to be the most loyal confidant and companion ever. Click on the image to view a slideshow of some of the unforgettable animals who have shared their lives with us.
Minou November 22, 1995 – May 6, 2014
Our Beloved Minou broke his mother’s heart when he left her. He would have been 18 and 1/2 years young when he gracefully and with dignity said good bye to his Mona and started his next journey. Oh Minou, we will miss you. Everyone that knew you will miss you. You were an incredibly special boy.
Rest In Peace Friend
Chloe was such a sweet girl and she was our oldest patient. If love was all that was needed she would have stayed alive forever. Goodbye Miss Chloe. ’til we meet again………….
Atticus Quirt was 22 years young when he left us on March 26 2014. He was a special kitty! He brought joy to all that knew him.
Orange ( picture taken at HAC) was going to be killed at Hamilton Animal Control this morning August 9. But we got him first. He is a super sweet male. We are going to viral test him and neuter him and fix him all up. We were able to save him because Doug and Belle got adopted so we had room. Yeah!!!!! By adopting our cats we save another from the kill floor! Please help us help them.
I died the same day I came in. I needed a surgery and I had a unresectable tumor.
Rest in peace our Little Binx. Lost her battle to a neurological disease on February 5th 2013.
There is a new Angel in Heaven tonight. Be free Binx. Be happy.
Emerald is a delicate and petite 9 year old grey and white domestic short hair. She makes us aware of how cruel people can be. She was dropped off at the “kill” shelter after obviously devoting her entire life to someone. She is so gentle. We can feel how grateful she is for every kind word we speak, for every warm touch we share and for every hug we give her. She deserves an awesome home to live out her life, no matter how long it is.