Ducky Needs a Place to Go Right Away:
This sweet gal was dropped off at a veterinary hospital in NYC recently. She was found abandoned and shivering in Bed-Stuy in Brooklyn.She is in desperate need of a home or a foster. She only has a few daysuntil she is brought to Animal Care and Control, and as many of us know the chances of a Pitbull getting out of the ACC alive are very slim.She has received veterinary care and is believed to be about 2-3 years old.
She has been very sweet with everyone that has handled her and also appears to be dog-friendly.
She is thin because she was most likely neglected or maybe used as a breeding dog.
Please be the one to turn things around for Ducky. She deserves so much more!
Please get in touch with any adoption or foster leads:
My Christmas gift from my sister came in the mail! He’s beautiful. #farmsanctuary #animalrescue #sheep #adoption
cats and dogs in NYC need rescuing, quick. they need adoption and donations to help the number of animals accumulated over the course of hurricane sandy.
They aren’t accepting applications from people outside a 25 mile radius of Manhattan—you must be prepared to get to the shelters to pick up the animal. If you’re not able to foster an animal, you can still contribute with a donation to ADOPT NY that will go directly to this mission
look at how young some of the “super urgent” kittens are:
TO BE DESTROYED:
“to be destroyed” dogs (HAVE UNTIL NOV. 5 TO BE ADOPTED)
NOVEMBER 5TH IS TODAY. IF YOU WANT A PET AND CAN GET TO NYC PLEASE DO SO!
Here is a picture of the Daisy Dog for you all to enjoy. She’s a rescue, a Collie mixed with other undetermined breeds (possibly coyote). She was so severely neglected and abused that she became extremely timid and terrified of everything/everybody. But I was so happy when last night she came out of her corner for a while to lay by me in my armchair. Big steps for Miss Daisy!
This is a picture of her this past summer when we took her out to the lake. She made an effort to not be scared of the open-ness but was ultimately not a fan of the beach.
This is my rescue dog, Daisy.
Daisy is vegan.
I make all of her food myself, with the help of this great little book. Daisy was rescued from a reservation in the northern part of my province. She, two of her sisters, and her mother lived in a crate that was too small for any of them to move around in. Her rescuers had no idea if the dogs had had any direct contact with humans, but if so, it was never pleasant. I spent three months around Daisy before she would come up to me and smell my hand. She was, and still is, a very timid dog. But she gets better everyday, and I love her. There are many dogs and cats like Daisy, who deserve a safe, loving place to call home.
Adopt, please. Don’t shop :)