Beaker has been adopted, yay!
Beaker has been adopted, yay!
awwww-cute: Girl and I found this guy a few months back on the side of the road. He was in really bad shape, and he was terrified of us. I think he’s starting to come around
After months of inactivity, we’ve had another adoption, yay! Little Salem found her furever home with parents who love black cats <3
Check out happy, sleek May! She was a Tenth Life kitty and is now obviously loving her new home and doggy friend! There isn’t much cuter than a doggy/kitty spoon!
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My loyal companion for over 15 years. I sure did love you a lot, sweet Cici.
This is my rabbit Eva. My mom and I adopted her after a report of a feral rabbit in labor at a shipping center here in town. We got her home, cleaned her up, but her fur was stained from blood and urine, she was malnourished, and very pregnant. She was also a very temperamental rabbit for the first few months after we found her. Well, seven months later, here she is! She’s put on a lot of weight, her coat has shed out and grown in thick and lush, and her attitude is far more pleasant. She used to grunt and lunge at us, tear off across the room or yard whenever we came near. While she wasn’t eager to be picked up last night when I took this picture, she was very patient with being carried, and once I set her down and began petting her she relaxed. A little bit of TLC goes a long way.
Popcorn and Freckle’s mother, btw.
We had to make the decision to put Eva to rest yesterday. She contracted EC or coccidia, and somehow her immune system lost the fight against the parasites. We thought she had eaten something poisonous at first, but maybe it was just beginning. She began to rapidly deteriorate in the last few days, her balance was askew, motor control delayed, head tilting, and she seemed to have vertigo.
Seeing these pictures of her recovery from when we first rescued her makes me so sad. I hoped we could have many, many years with her, but I guess almost two is all we got.
She’s survived by her first litter with us; Cuddlemop & Pretty, Clover & Ivy (who were adopted), Popcorn (adopted), and Freckles (sent to another shelter). Her second litter; Blaze and Jet. Her grandbabies (Popcorn’s kids), and grandbaby-great-grandbabies Leila and Blaze Jr.
Molly’s first Easter with parents and cousin, LeahThank you Home for Good Dog Rescue for saving this amazing dog. We love her so much and you can trust that we are giving Molly a great life!!
Sarah & Sean O’ConnorMolly loves being outside, she’s such a good girl!This puppy has stolen our hearts….for good <3Molly hanging out with Dad after a long weekend walk! Judging by her paws, she won’t be able to sit like this much longer!
This is Edison he is about five weeks old and we saved him from a trailer park with his four other litter mates. He has a birth defect and is missing his feet. He can still walk and is healthy but he is a really special guy. How he survived this long is amazing. He will be faced with many hard times because of his disability and may not be able to jump or run like the other cats but because we got him he will find a nice home to grow old in. I’m posting this because people don’t know what goes on out there with feral cats. He was the lucky one I can’t tell you how important trap neuter return is. Edison is probably the product of inbreeding. TNR is a great way to reduce the amount of stray cats and dead kittens. They live a happier life once they are spayed/neutered because they don’t have the aggressor need to reproduce and the females have a longer life and less chance of infection. All around TNR is a great way to improve the life of all cats in your area. So I’m asking everyone who reads this to become active in their community and make a difference. Go to a TNR class or find a rescue who has active TNR programs. Please help cats like Edison who need you the most.
11 month old Cassius had a tough start to his life. He came to us as a stray & was severely underweight, but that didn’t matter to this nice family. They immediately fell in love with Cassius & gave him the second chance he deserves!
Barney finally went home! This sweet guy was at our shelter since August 17th of last year. He was a volunteer favorite, who never missed a tennis ball thrown his way. A family came in to meet Barney & he immediately took to their small girl. The rest is history! It took 7 1/2 months, but this purple dinosaur has a new life!