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Put A Little Love In Your Home

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Put A Little Love In Your Home

Lucy is the inspiration for everything that we do at The Frank & Lucy Project.  Frank discovered Lucy on a neighborhood walk.  Her eyes were crusted shut and she was nearly blind.  She clearly needed help or she would not survive.  We contacted the homeowner and he graciously allowed us to place... Read More

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Lucy is the inspiration for everything that we do at The Frank & Lucy Project.  Frank discovered Lucy on a neighborhood walk.  Her eyes were crusted shut and she was nearly blind.  She clearly needed help or she would not survive.  We contacted the homeowner and he graciously allowed us to place a trap in his back yard.  Lucy observed from a distance.  Within the hour we caught several cats, but not Lucy.  We set the trap once more and returned home.  This little one was so scared and ill, we were beginning to feel that she would never enter the trap.  Our next step was to have Lucy examined by a veterinarian.  The doctors concluded that she had a severe upper respiratory infection and she was given antibiotic injection, oral antibiotics for 21 days, two types of eye medication as well as medication for breathing treatments. Much to our surprise , Lucy was patient and allowed us to attend to her needs.  The entire time we proceeded with caution as once she felt a little better the claws Would most likely come out.  Two weeks into Lucy's treatment, we received an emergency call from the homeowner where we rescued Lucy.  A litter of kittens that we were keeping an eye on was suddenly in danger. We raced over only to find tiny kittens all over his back yard.  The momma kitty was trying to relocate her kittens and other cats were attacking them.  We quickly scooped up and accessed the 7 kittens.  (Originally we counted 9, two weeks prior)Each kitten was covered nose to tail with ticks and fleas  Ticks were nesting in the eyes, nose and mouth of the kittens.  As we cleaned their eyes, tick filled pus spilled out.  By the evening we were able to trap the mommy cat and rush the whole group to the vet.  Each presented with a severe upper respiratory infection which later was further diagnosed as pneumonia.   We were all in for several weeks of antibiotics and breathing treatments.  Looking back, Lucy was our one, but Momma Molly was our one who really made us realize how much help was needed for ferals in our community.   Since then, in the past 16 months we have rescued, provided medical and emergency vet visits, re homed and TNR over 350 cats and kittens.

With your help, The Frank and Lucy Project can continue to help save the lives of these little furry friends.  Any donation is helpful for Vet visits, medication, food, shelter,  and rescue expenses.

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$200 of $5,000

raised from 3 people

Put A Little Love In Your Home

Frank and Lucy Gandolfo, on behalf of

The Frank and Lucy Project

With your help, The Frank and Lucy Project can continue to help save the lives of these little furry friends. Any donation is helpful for Vet visits, medication, food, shelter, and rescue expenses.

Frank and Lucy Gandolfo

The Frank and Lucy Project, provide help to our local community with the growing feline population and to abolish the needless suffering of free-roaming cats by way of spay and neuter, medical attention, vaccines and a nursery for newborn kittens with mommy until they are old enough to be adopted into loving homes.

Quartz Hill, California

Recent Donations

  • $50.00

    Anonymous

    4 months ago

    Thank you for your helping our community and helping our furry friends.

  • $50.00

    Cooke Kathleen

    4 months ago

    God bless you for all you do for the animals

  • $100.00

    Linda Beckles

    4 months ago

    Simon and Buckwheat

Put A Little Love In Your Home

badge Put A Little Love In Your Home

$200 of $5,000

raised from 3 people

Put A Little Love In Your Home

Frank and Lucy Gandolfo, on behalf of

The Frank and Lucy Project

With your help, The Frank and Lucy Project can continue to help save the lives of these little furry friends. Any donation is helpful for Vet visits, medication, food, shelter, and rescue expenses.

Frank and Lucy Gandolfo

The Frank and Lucy Project, provide help to our local community with the growing feline population and to abolish the needless suffering of free-roaming cats by way of spay and neuter, medical attention, vaccines and a nursery for newborn kittens with mommy until they are old enough to be adopted into loving homes.

Quartz Hill, California

Recent Donations

  • $50.00

    Anonymous

    4 months ago

    Thank you for your helping our community and helping our furry friends.

  • $50.00

    Cooke Kathleen

    4 months ago

    God bless you for all you do for the animals

  • $100.00

    Linda Beckles

    4 months ago

    Simon and Buckwheat

Put A Little Love In Your Home

Lucy is the inspiration for everything that we do at The Frank & Lucy Project.  Frank discovered Lucy on a neighborhood walk.  Her eyes were crusted shut and she was nearly blind.  She clearly needed help or she would not survive.  We contacted the homeowner and he graciously allowed us to place... Read More

Youhelp Share

Campaign URL:


Lucy is the inspiration for everything that we do at The Frank & Lucy Project.  Frank discovered Lucy on a neighborhood walk.  Her eyes were crusted shut and she was nearly blind.  She clearly needed help or she would not survive.  We contacted the homeowner and he graciously allowed us to place a trap in his back yard.  Lucy observed from a distance.  Within the hour we caught several cats, but not Lucy.  We set the trap once more and returned home.  This little one was so scared and ill, we were beginning to feel that she would never enter the trap.  Our next step was to have Lucy examined by a veterinarian.  The doctors concluded that she had a severe upper respiratory infection and she was given antibiotic injection, oral antibiotics for 21 days, two types of eye medication as well as medication for breathing treatments. Much to our surprise , Lucy was patient and allowed us to attend to her needs.  The entire time we proceeded with caution as once she felt a little better the claws Would most likely come out.  Two weeks into Lucy's treatment, we received an emergency call from the homeowner where we rescued Lucy.  A litter of kittens that we were keeping an eye on was suddenly in danger. We raced over only to find tiny kittens all over his back yard.  The momma kitty was trying to relocate her kittens and other cats were attacking them.  We quickly scooped up and accessed the 7 kittens.  (Originally we counted 9, two weeks prior)Each kitten was covered nose to tail with ticks and fleas  Ticks were nesting in the eyes, nose and mouth of the kittens.  As we cleaned their eyes, tick filled pus spilled out.  By the evening we were able to trap the mommy cat and rush the whole group to the vet.  Each presented with a severe upper respiratory infection which later was further diagnosed as pneumonia.   We were all in for several weeks of antibiotics and breathing treatments.  Looking back, Lucy was our one, but Momma Molly was our one who really made us realize how much help was needed for ferals in our community.   Since then, in the past 16 months we have rescued, provided medical and emergency vet visits, re homed and TNR over 350 cats and kittens.

With your help, The Frank and Lucy Project can continue to help save the lives of these little furry friends.  Any donation is helpful for Vet visits, medication, food, shelter,  and rescue expenses.

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