October 2017

The leaves are changing colors, the air is crisp, and the spooky Halloween festivities are coming to an end.  Fall is in full swing. With the colder months fast approaching, our furry friends need extra help. Especially strays, they need shelter, warmth, food, and love. We would like to take a moment to thank all of the generous supporters who have helped HSoMC over the years.

We would like to share one of our more recent stories of a cat named Bonfire whose future was uncertain.  


Bonfire was saved by good samaritans and HSoMC volunteers. He was found in an ashy bonfire with severe medical issues. He came in severely malnourished, weighing only 3.5lbs. He was infested with parasites and had a broken pelvis from an old injury. When he made it to HSoMC, the staff gave him steroid injections, antibiotics, and deworming meds. 

He is now healthy and over 8lbs., can walk, and is using a litter box. He is a little bit shy and would be best in a home without stairs. He is now back at the shelter after recovering with a foster family. 

When you donate to HSoMC you are helping us give animals like Bonfire a chance at a new life.  He is one of many that are helped on a daily basis by your donations!

If interested in helping Bonfire and other animals like him, visit our donation page.