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June 2019

Knocking on Doors Can Save Lives

Last week, we received a call about a stray kitten that showed up on a resident’s property. He was in his yard, screaming and crying. The finder gave him food and water and waited for us to arrive and help.

We work with many community cats, often classified as “feral.” These cats live their lives outside and love it. They shy away from people and create special bonds with their…

East Side Pet Crisis Fund: Chester’s Story

Chester, a beautiful senior cat, enjoys the finer things in life. He loves his family, snuggling in his cat bed, and rubbing against those he loves. But one day, he accidentally slipped out the door. Suddenly, a stray dog was after him. Chester’s family scared the dog off their property and ran to their cat, noticing he was favoring his rear leg. They carried him back to t…

From the Desk of… the Animal Care Director

HELLO! MY name is Trey Cavazos. I am the new Animal Care Director at Gateway Pet Guardians and the newest member of the family. I have had the privilege and pleasure of working with a great bunch of individuals. The experience so far has been wonderful. Every single member of the GPG team is amazing!

Today, I would like to touch base and give you a glimpse into what has been happening…

East Side Pet Crisis Fund: Smoky’s Story

While playing with his tiny human friends, 10-week-old Smoky injured both of his front legs. He couldn’t walk or put pressure on them, so his family rushed him to the vet. The x-rays shared a devastating prognosis–he fractured both legs at the growth plates, requiring an expensive surgery. His family could not afford the surgery, so they went to a second doctor for a second opinion, wit…

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