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Left: More than 80 cats reside in the “Cat House” on the Pets Without Parents property, which includes an enclosed playground for the cats to curb their playful appetite.


the nutrition content for the animals. “We make roast, chicken, pork with noodles, green beans and carrots for the dogs and chicken and turkey for the cats,” Purcell said. “The cats are real fancy; they get to eat off of my old china plates.” Across the lot are the doggie cabins, which offer heating and cool- ing in addition to endless outdoor space for playtime. The dogs are free to interact with each other but Purcell and Robertson also spend about three hours each day to give them individual attention and love. Toward the back of the property, the meadow is home to the cows and horses. Purcell said she’s had the cows since they were calves; they still think they’re little, and try climb into the minivan at 2,500 pounds apiece. The horses are content with being loved and enjoy human interaction.


In addition to tending to the animals, Purcell felt a calling to open the DreamCatcher Spay and Neuter Clinic to the rural community in October 2014. The clinic’s veterinarians, Tamara and Emily Smith, serve the community in Purcell’s house, part of which has been remodeled into a clinic with two operating tables. “We had no idea it was going to spread like wildfi re,” Purcell said. “In 11 Sundays, our clinic has done 598 surgeries and we have never lost an animal.” Purcell said they now spay, neuter and give checkups two Sundays a month for the community. With help from her volunteers and a greater network of kind people, she couldn’t be more grateful for the help to save and care for these animals. “We have very good, educated people and they’ve been here since day one,” Purcell said. Purcell is passionate about her mission to protect all animals but due to the recent ice storm and the buildings aging, Pets Without Parents is in need of physical and fi nancial help. “We would love more volunteers and donations to help us with the animals and remodeling our facilities to last longer,” Purcell said. “Charles and I are old so all the help we can get is appreciated.” Despite her obstacles, Purcell continues to be humble and show kindness to the animals, like her mother taught her. “I’m so proud of what we’ve accomplished in such a short amount of time with the clinic and how I am able to give these animals the lives they deserve.” To volunteer, contact Susie Purcell at 405-485-8828 or at petswith- outparentsOK@gmail.com. Donations can be sent to Pets Without Parents, Inc., P.O. Box 2020, Blanchard, OK 73010.


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