Darla Sadie Houdini Hamilton Che2018-01-31 Houdini is newest addition to our fur family. Dr. Busby x-ray of her back shows two places where it was broken. She was a kitten, scooted through our yard with only her front legs. I finally caught her after many attempts - hence the Houdini name. She has a spot in our home and hearts - all the cats (5) and dogs (2) love her.
Sport2017-08-22 We lost our precious 13-year-old Sport in May, 2017. The outstanding veterinarians and staff at Blue Ridge Animal Clinic cared for Sport for many years, and when the time came, they were there to help us through the last phase of his journey. We will never forget their kindness and support. Now, we have a new baby, and he is already meeting and making friends at the clinic.
Sadie2017-07-17 Sadie is our sun goddess. She is dealing with squamous cell carcinomas. She now wears a sunsuit in order to cut down on more damage. Thank you BRAC for her continued treatment.
Teeny Tiny Tucker2017-06-09
Bean2017-04-07 Bean loves all the staff at Blue Ridge!
Anonymous2017-03-01 This is Elle. She was attacked by a dog we were fostering. She had extensive muscle damage and deep puncture wounds. BRAC was probably ready to start charging me rent I was there so much. I truly feel like BRAC loves our furrbabies as much as we do! "Elle no, I won't go!" (bahaha, I protested her hospital stay...I even made a sign that I believe Elizabeth still has)
Boots2017-03-01 Aka Prince of Darkness, aka Spawn of Satan. I never know how they do it but our evil kitty is always nice to the staff @ BRAC
Martin McGhee2017-03-01 This is our 3 legged, heartworm positive, feral dog we adopted in 2015. His story is epic. He has his own facebook page with more likes than me (LOL). He's even having a book written about him! Go check him out on FB @ Martin McGhee. He's currently going through treatment for his heartworms and we are very optimistic about his prognosis. Thanks again BRAC!
Elle2017-03-01 Elle was attacked by a dog we were fostering. She had extensive muscle damage and deep puncture wounds. She was in hospital care for a week! Dr. Busby took excellent care of my furrbaby! I protested (not really) her hospital stay. I made a protest sign and everything. I think Elizabeth still has that sign. They were so patient as I spent much of my day in their back room. I made myself as small as I could and they did not seem bothered as I just stood there, petting my kitty. I love these people!!!
Mama Girl2017-03-01 She was the start of our rescue adventures (that I'm writing a book about). She was a feral kitty that we obtained custody of. It took us months to capture and vet her and her kitties. She lived to be about 15yrs (that's really old for an outside, feral cat) thanks to the care of BRAC. She was once the victim of our ring worm kerfuffle of '08 (I'm sure Dr. Busby never wants to hear the word "ringworm" ever again. It is always an emotional time putting our furrbabies to eternal rest. I thank God for Dr. Busby and Elizabeth! Their gentle kindness is exactly what I needed during this time.