The Other Side

Buddy suddenly appears in a bright, wonderful place that he has never seen before: “Whoa!” Annie: “Hey Buddy.” Buddy: “Annie! What just happened?” Annie: “This is the other side, Buddy. You crossed the bridge.” Duchess: “How are you feeling?” Buddy: “Uh, great now that you mention it. I wasn’t doing too good there for a…

Whatever Is Necessary – by Rod

Buddy stopped eating three days ago. He is still drinking water which is good. That will keep his kidneys working. When they stop drinking, it’s over. Organs shut down and you start counting down the hours instead of days. Because Buddy stopped eating, he hasn’t been getting his medication either. We have to hide it…

Buddy’s New Tarp – by Rod

You have no doubt noticed that we haven’t posted many pictures of Buddy lately. There is a good reason for that. Everyone deserves a level of dignity and photos of him in his current condition would not allow the level of dignity that Buddy deserves. We were able, recently, to get a photo of the…

180 and 4 – by Rod

With Buddy unable to move much these days, we are constantly changing piddle pads in the hallway. Some of the pads are disposable and some are washable. The washing machine never stops. The dryer is always tumbling and when that load is dry, soiled pads are taken up and replaced with clean ones. Technically, the…

God Loves Buddy (by Rod)

Buddy had heartworm when we rescued him. Bad. Treatment was expensive and the process was unbelievably difficult for him physically and for us emotionally. His first love was Miss Annie. Oh, how he loved her and she passed away as did Ruger, Duchess and Mumford, leaving Buddy all alone. Cats don’t count. His back legs…

Itty Bitty

Still waiting for the right name for Itty Bitty. He is negative for FIV & FeLV & received his first set of vaccinations. Goes to be neutered on Sept 7th.     

We greatly appreciate your support.

The work that we do at WarmFuzzy's is possible because of gifts and donations from people like you. Thank you for all that you do for us so that we can continue to help those who cannot help themselves.