Sarah was surrendered with her littermates to Almost Home Animal Rescue. She was attacked by an older dog and suffered a puncture wound in her leg that got infected. Her leg was also broken. We sponsored the required medical bill. Sarah is now doing well in her new home.
Buddy was found in a grocery store parking lot. It was evident he had been homeless for sometime. He gladly jumped in his rescuer’s car. When they had him scanned for a microchip and contacted his owners, they had not seen him in a long time and did not want him back. Almost Home Animal Rescue took him into their program and got his health checked and insured he was caught up on all of his vaccines and testing. We sponsored the bill for them. Buddy is now in a home where he is loved as he deserves.
Almost Home Animal Rescue came to the rescue for all these cats and dogs in desperate need. Most were owner surrenders; one was rescued from a shelter and one was a stray. All needed vet care, which we were able to sponsor for $1,226.15.
Oliver, Toulouse, Bugsy, and Honeybee have received our sponsorship before, but we continue to help their rescue, Almost Home, in getting them healed and/or fully vetted before they can be adopted. $147.37 was what it took this time. Soon these babies will have their own homes!
These five babies were either abandoned or surrendered. They were lucky enough to find their way into Almost Home Animal Rescue’s program where they are receiving loving care and necessary vetting, which we were able to sponsor. Happy trails, little ones!
Oliver and Sascha have been on the blog before, but we had a little room left in their funds bank to continue their sponsorship, as they are still in rescue and needed a little bit more vetting. Oliver was in bad shape when he was pulled by Almost Home Animal Rescue a while back, and he is doing so much better. Sascha nearly died from parvo weeks ago, and we were able to help with her emergency bill. This time we contributed a little money toward her spay surgery. And a new little one, Duchess, benefitted from our sponsorship, as she needed her combo testing and some initial vetting.
These four abandoned souls needed rescue and vetting. We sponsored their basic needs, as well as testing and blood work where required. All are available for adoption with Almost Home Animal Rescue.
Almost Home Animal Rescue asked us to help with these sweet ones for a myriad of needs from basic vet care to extensive would treatment:
Lily May – Is a sweet senior girl that her owner decided to get rid of after twelve years. She has been sad, but she is slowly coming around.
Leche – Owner surrendered.
Charlie 2 – Owner surrender
Blossom – She was rescued out of the shelter. Another rescue committed to taking her until they found out that she was FIV positive.
Amanda’s Puppies – This is the first half of eventually 15 puppies that came in. The two mothers were sisters, and they had one father. The owner gave up the first half unwillingly and eventually, gave up the other half much later. Some of the puppies would have died because they were so small and full of worms.
Henry – This handsome fellow was turned into the pound with his buddy. Their owner had to go into a nursing home and would not be back for them. Henry’s buddy was pulled out of the shelter minutes before he would be killed. Well, the same goes for Henry, but he came to us.
Cooper – A foster approached a homeless person to trade fifty dollars and a pack of cigarettes for Cooper. The deal was made.
Augustus (Gus) – This sweet man ended up in the shelter, where it looked to be that someone tried to cut his head off. He is starting to get better but it has taken a lot to get here.
Vicky was very scared but had zero aggression when she was taken to the Campbell County Animal Shelter, and they were full beyond capacity. She wasn’t a transport candidate and wasn’t adoptable. She had obvious potential when we vetted her and, in order to keep her safe, they sent her to a boarding facility. Their staff to animal ratio is much better than the shelter’s, and they were able to bring her out of her shell just enough to get her on transport. She is still being worked with up north, but she will be in a home soon!
Sascha was surrendered to Almost Home Animal Rescue and then came down with parvo. She was taken to the emergency clinic and started on supportive care. The early diagnosis and treatment saved her life. So glad we were there for her!