Animal Rescue Page
Abandoned during a move-out from a managed complex one summer, MPM's
Scotts (Tim, Jeanne & Nathaniel) adopted Poca "The Office Dog".
At MPM, we lend a helping hand to animals in
MPM's Scotts are always on the lookout
for turtles in need. Sometimes a simple lift across the road
is all that's needed; alternatively, relocation to a safer, more suitable location is in
order. Either way, these gentle little reptiles deserve all
the help we can give them.
This pair, a Siberian Husky and a
Bull Terrier, were found by MPM's Scotts abandoned along the
Mountain Parkway on the way to Red River Gorge. They had been
surviving on road kill and desperately needed help. Following
a two-week recovery program, local rescues Kentucky SAVE and Homeward Bound
collaborated to adopt them out.
This is Ishi the kitten. He
was left behind by a tenant moving out of a managed apartment
building. MPM's Tim, Jeanne & Nathaniel adopted him.
One of MPM's maintenance contractors rescued a stranded baby rabbit
from a managed property. Following a visit to Penny
Royal Animal Hospital, she was taken to a professional
Found by a maintenance tech, these baby starlings had fallen from
their tree at a managed townhome complex. MPM's president, Tim
Scott, constructed a new "nest" made from a cardboard box and
fastened this securely to the tree with wire.
After careful placement of the babies (below right) and a few minutes of quiet
observation, parents were reunited with young ones.
Using humane methods, MPM caught and released over 20 wild animals in 2011,
including raccoons, squirrels and oppossums. These
three were in the dumpster outside our main office.