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Since we opened in 2004, our baskets can be special ordered to satisfy any dog or cat's particular taste. We would Love to spoil your cat or dog as if they were our own! We have a wide assortment of healthy treats, fun toys and gifts to make your spoiled kitty cats purr and pampered pooches tails wag!
We help to support many rescue organizations by providing some of their vital information and links right here on our web site! If you are a rescue/animal welfare organization and would like to be included here, please send us an e-mail.
We think every doggie and kitty cat should get a gift, so we keep our prices pretty close to our cost. It is our idea that with excellent service and customers' re-orders and telling others about us, that we will grow slowly but in the right way. As we grow we put a lot back into the local and national rescue groups that need our help so much! They do so much with so little.
Our founding fur babies were 3 very sweet chihuahuas that are forever in our hearts. We have rescued 7 fur babies and have 2 ragdoll senior kitties.
Our newest adopted baby: Rose, is an Italian Greyhound, she had a good loving home but they passed and the family abandoned the fur baby and she was on the streets for a year, she got a very bad infection in her leg and had to have a plate removed that was put in years ago for a broken leg. On July 23rd 2016, we went to pick her up and she continued her meds for a month but she is all better and we give her the love she deserves so much! She is 5 years old.
Liefde (Chihuahua): Was only given a month to live when I saved her, she was very very old and very sick, but with lots of love meds and care she had a year and a few months of quality life before going to rainbow bridge.
Sweetpea (Chihuahua/Chinese Crested): Brought into the vet were I worked, surrendered to the vet, she had been either kicked or stepped on (grrr) and almost lost her eye.
Liebchen (Chihuahua/Dalmatian): Someone brought her into the vet's were I worked, she was skin and bones,her nails were so horribly overgrown, was covered in fleas and just had...puppies, she was 1 or 2 years old, just a baby herself.
Buttercup (Chiweenie): Was living in filth and had already had pups (they were adopted to good homes too) and she was barely 1.
Munchkin (Chihuahua): Her mom was forced to breed to the point of calcium loss, came into the vet were I worked and surrendered one of her pups to me because she has no tear duct in one eye and needs consent care.
Precious (Chihuahua): We adopted in Feb.2015 she is sooo little and we guess she is 6, her teeth were so bad, but now she is doing great after her dental. A friend told us about her, she is a vet tech at a local vet and they put the babies to sleep if no home is found fairly quickly, we could not imagine our life without her. She is very precious.
Lily and Akemi are our sweet ragdoll kitties they are the queens of the castle and love their doggie sisters very much.
My 1st born fur babies that inspired my business are forever on my chest at my heart. With my Snickers (she inspired my logo) paw print casted and tatted in the middle.
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HELP SAVE A LIFE
We believe very strongly in helping to end the never-ending cycle of killing millions of perfectly healthily, loveable dogs and cats. So much of this needless killing could be prevented by spaying/neutering your pets, to prevent the cycle of unwanted, homeless animals.
Declawing isn't like getting a manicure or trimming your finger nails. Declawing a cat is the equivalent of removing the tips of all of your fingers down to the first knuckle. Help us put a stop to this brutal and inhumane practice!
For every bred and sold puppy another one will suffer and die at the shelter. We have to stop breeding more and more puppies until all homeless dogs have found a home. ADOPT, DON'T SHOP!
Right now, millions of mice, rats, rabbits, primates, cats, dogs, and other animals are locked inside cold, barren cages in laboratories across the country. They languish in pain, ache with loneliness, and long to roam free and use their minds.
Instead, all they can do is sit and wait in fear of the next terrifying and painful procedure that will be performed on them. The stress, sterility and boredom causes some animals to develop neurotic behaviors such incessantly spinning in circles, rocking back and forth and even pulling out their own hair and biting their own skin. They shake and cower in fear whenever someone walks past their cages and their blood pressure spikes drastically. After enduring lives of pain, loneliness and terror, almost all of them will be killed.