Saturday, December 19, 2009
Friday, December 18, 2009
Young cat going to be euthanized for fleas by owners. Clinic is givin cat until Christmas to find a place to go or will be euthanized by the Clinic.
Info: Young, Female, Torbie Color, Spayed/De-Clawed
SAVED/ADOPTED - MEET ALICE
Breed: Domestic Short Hair
Minoush was brought to be euthanized because the owners simply did not want her anymore. She is a great cat, in all ways possible. She is quiet, playful, and affectionate. She is petite, and very adorable. She would make the perfect little addition to your family, and is pretty laid back so would fit herself in just fine.
Tuesday, December 15, 2009
Breed: Min Pin
Porscha was a victim of for profit breeding – you know the face behind the cute puppy in the pet store. She grew up in a cage, un socialized, and neglected, never seeing outside, touching the ground, or even knowing what toys or play was. She was so neglected for her living situation that she was blind because of lack of tear production. Thankfully after a month of intensive eye treatments – she has now mostly regained her vision. She is now learning what life is all about, learning to walk in grass, just discovered her love for snow, figuring out what toys are, and learning how to make friends. Despite her lack of socialization she has blossomed into a social butterfly. She is pad trained, and crate trained. In fact she loves her crate! Porscha is a great pup who started life in an unfortunate situation and now just needs someone to open up their heart for her and help her continue to figure out what life is all about.
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Sunday, December 13, 2009
Hook was rescued October 22nd and adopted at the begining of December. He is just a regular young pup, full of mischief, energy and love. However Hook was born without an eye, which we think only adds to his charm. He is still figuring out how to explore the world with just one eye and often ends up bumping his head on things while goofing around. He takes everything with stride and doesn’t let this get in his way of enjoying life. He is now in a great home and enjoying life, like puppies should.