Mellie came to live at PKAH in 2010. Her previous owner was going to a nursing home that did not allow pets. And unfortunately, her owner did not have any family or friends able to take Melissa. Through the networking of Facebook, Melissa found a new home at PKAH. Renamed Mellie, she received the preventative medication and surgery she needed and has made herself at home in the clinic.
Cheyenne originally came to PKAH as a stray through impound. She was adopted, but came back to PKAH after having issues with inappropriate urination because of crystals. On a special diet, she healed from her urinary issues, but was not finding a new home. After several months of being an unofficial clinic cat, she formally joined the ranks at PKAH in Nov 2012.