TuckerOur boy had a rough start. First he was abandoned at a vet clinic and then adopted, but his new people had to give him up because they had to move and couldn't find an apartment that allows dogs. ;-( And that's where we came in. This handsome loving guy is loaded with personality, but is somewhat quirky and not adoptable. He has become part of that growing group of dogs and cats who are staying with us as a sanctuary animal. As such, he will enjoy the run of his foster parent’s house and yard, sleeping on the bed at night and his treasured rope bone and kong stuffed with peanut butter of course! If you would like to donate to Tucker’s care, you can make donations as often as you like through our PayPal link on the Donations Page. We thank you for your compassion and kindness. Tucker is neutered, up to date with vaccinations, house and crate trained.
BabyBaby is our exceptional permanent foster who has been with us since September 2004. She was rescued from the street when I lived in Dallas and has proven to be a superior dog; great with children and adults. In the summer of 2006, we took her twice to the Manchester library for story time where she was a delight to the children. In fact, there was a little boy there who was afraid of dogs and by the time we left, he was petting her voluntarily. She lives with me and my five dogs, has lived in several foster situations and was always good with everyone. We believe that Baby is an excellent ambassador for her breed. We would be pleased to visit your organization or school for a "hands on" Be Kind to Animals presentation. If you would like to donate to Baby's care or make an appointment for a workshop, please call 860.649.4488 or write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
MistyMarch 2008 This is our Misty. She was surrendered by her people when they retired. They weren't sure where they would end up and didn't want to take the chance that they would not be able to get the housing they wanted if she was still with them. Misty is going on 11 years old. Update: August 2008 No one has expressed interest in Misty since we listed her five months ago. She has become a Sanctuary Animals and will remain with us, which means she will be in foster home for the rest of her life, with full run of the house and all the care we can lavish on her. If you would like to make a one-time donation or a continuing monthly donation for her care, please contact us at 860.649.4488 or email@example.com.
This is our Tux. A rescuer trapped, neutered and returned this handsome boy to where she found him because she thought he is feral. Not true. He's affectionate and loving and wants to be with people.
We had him vaccinated, treated for fleas and tested. He tested positive for FIV. However, we believe that he could live for years inside a loving home with quality food and with FIV negative cats, as long as everyone gets along. FIV is specific only to cats; no other species, such as humans or dogs, can contract it. Currently, Tux is living inside at a foster home and thriving.
If you’re willing to take Tux into your life and love him he’ll be the best kitty who’s ever shared your home. We thank you for your compassion and kindness.
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