was found under a van at a recreational park. He has OCD- without treatment he gets nervous, walks perimeters, arranges his toys, and has other compulsive habits but at OMS he gets his medicine every day.
was found on Christmas Eve by the Long Island Expressway, buried in snow. He was so sick that vets doubted he would live past two years, but at OMS he lived to be eight before passing this past year.
was a beach dog in Aruba who was going to be put down. After being rescued, she had nine puppies (all happily adopted now). She often helped with the therapy OMS does with feral kittens (read about it in the About
section). Silli lived at OMS for 9 years, but had heartworm disease and passed this year at age 14.
lived in a shelter in Passaic, but she escaped from her cage and hid in the rafters. She got her name because employees at the shelter would see her and yell, “Trap her!” She is now 9 years old.
gave birth to a litter of feral kittens in a car. She is 11 now and one of her kittens survived- read about the therapy they received in the About
usually live for 2 years. These were saved from a pet store where whey were overcrowded and fighting in their cages, and they lived to be seven years old at OMS.
had been hit by a car twice when One More Smith rescued her
was left behind in an apartment when his owners moved
is a blind cat.
was owned by an alcoholic and was rescued from a house fire
no longer had a home when her owner moved into a nursing home
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