Since 1986, speaking for those who can't speak for themselves.

A woman from Marshall County who lives solely on her deceased husband's $744 monthly Social Security check called People for Animals for help spaying & neutering two kittens abandoned at her apartment complex.  We learned that she had several other cats and we were surprised to learn that her doctor said she needed them for her health and we-being.  In fact, she attributes a lot of her recovery from illnesses to the comfort that her cats give her. "They keep me going and I would do anything in my power to help them."  We were so happy to help her get these last kittens fixed so they too can enjoy a healthy life with her.

From Lost and Trapped to Happy Ever After:
This is Dusty.  She was found on Interstate 40 at exit 163.  Her rescuer heard a loud scream coming from a car parked next to his.  After investigation he found Dusty stuck in the engine. He couldn't help but take her home after the owner of the car said he had no idea where Dusty came from or how she got in his car   PFA was contacted for assistance with the cost of having Dusty spayed  so the new owner could keep her.  Dusty now has a family of two adults, one toddler that loves her beyond belief and one dog that obeys her every whim.  She has been described as "as sweet as can be".