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House of Broken Cookies

WooHoo!! 💕 Our little Anu finally weighs one pound. She is now 10 weeks old and such a little love. She and Winnie are great friends 😋and enjoying their fabulous Friday afternoon!

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STILL WAITING...

Our beautiful Twizzle is waiting patiently for a home of her own.
She is waiting for just the right person or family who will understand what she needs.

“I’m not really difficult but there are some things you have to know about me and I do need a few accommodations. Otherwise I am a great companion and lots of fun.”

Applications can be found on our website
houseofbrokencookies.com/

Or you can email us at:
houseofbrokencookies@gmail.com
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2 days ago

House of Broken Cookies

A HOME FOR PEEKAH

The cat that rallied a whole network of rescuers to make her freedom possible has found her forever home!

Peekah as you may recall was our sweet kitty with a schmutzy little face passed over by everyone, the public and rescue alike for months in the shelter. She was red listed for euthanasia more than once and saw freedom for the first time in December 2019.

A few days after arriving at HOBC she underwent a bilateral mastectomy a major undertaking for a cat, and on December 26th we were informed that she had tested cancer free. Peekah fully recovered in the care of one our volunteers.

We are so excited to share that Peekah has found her home and person to love and be loved. Christina happened to be looking for a senior kitty to adopt when she moved to Long Beach. She heard about Peekah from a shelter volunteer but wasn’t quite ready at the time. Several months later we received an email with an inquiry about Peekah. Christina had settled into her new home and was now ready. Peekah has been through so much that we agreed a foster to adopt would be the best choice. Well, It wasn’t long before Christina saw what an amazing girl Peekah was and Peekah was slowly warming up to yet another change in her life. But this would finally be the last one.

We here at HOBC are so honored to have so many wonderful followers that working together have been able to see that all things are possible with dedication and perseverance. We are so proud to have been a part in seeing this amazing gift of love.

Live well sweet girl!
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💙MORE BROKEN COOKIES💙

Monday, while at the Carson Shelter to pick up our sweet blind girl, we also picked up this beautiful boy. We had an experienced foster step up who is equipped to take on these kind of eye issues. He is 7 weeks old and will require some vetting, eye meds, nebulization treatments and lots of love-which he is sure to get! He had been at the shelter for several days and was in danger of being euthanized, so when we saw him we knew we had to find a way to step up.

Now the second photo is a little darling that had been found in the road in a very busy area of Sepulveda Blvd. A young woman had turned around after seeing the kitten and went back to retrieve him from a very dangerous situation. We are not sure how he arrived in such a place but with his injures we are concerned he may have been tossed out of a car. He had abrasions on his face and his right eye was covered with a bubble of blood😞He was brought to the shelter by his finder while we were still there after their calls to several rescues were denied because of their lack of space. With need for immediate medical care, they had no choice left but surrendering him to the shelter so he could receive that treatment. Fortunately, timing was this little one’s friend, and we were able step in and help before he was surrendered!

He is very fortunate that he was discovered when he was. He has some clearly serious eye issues and infection, but upon getting him home, we realized he also had an injury to his left front leg which we are concerned is possibly broken. He cannot bare any weight on it and we are trying to get him seen as soon as possible. He is being syringe fed as he very clearly has not yet learned to eat on his own.

We will tell you more of this babies story as it develops! It truly is a never ending battle in rescue taking in case after case! If you’d like to donate to his care, and others like him , please do so today! Every penny helps! Let’s get this baby on the right track!

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VENMO: @HOBC-rescue
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4 days ago

House of Broken Cookies

It’s been a very busy Monday at HOBC. We rescued this sweet little Tabby from the Carson Shelter. She is approximately 2 months old and she is currently completely blind!😢

When she entered the shelter her eyes appeared to be perfectly normal and she could see. She was underage and went into foster to return to the shelter when age appropriate.

One week ago she returned to the shelter. She again appeared to be just fine. The following day when the shelter staff examined her it appeared that her eyes had become dilated. Unfortunately, for reasons unknown at this time they have remained in that condition which essentially leaves her unable to see. She is considered at this time to be legally blind. 🙁

We have an appointment scheduled with our eye specialist in Culver City but not for several weeks so we will be getting her into see our vet at Primary Care ASAP to make sure that there isn’t any obvious underlying conditions. The shelter had blood work done and some things have been ruled out however quite odd for a 2 month old kitten to suddenly go blind!!!!

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