Dogs and Cats Looking For Love- Shelters in West Virginia( Mason Cty Animal Shelter is one) & Surrounding States, Georgia and the Carolinas and Occasional Posts from Other States- Scroll to Bottom of Each Page Past the Empty Space to see More Animals Looking for Love
Shelters, fosters, rescues, transporters deserve our utmost respect and support. They do what former owners could not do or decided not to do for a variety of reasons: give care and love and safety to an animal and the opportunity for a new life. These people are doing a job for all of us. They have to constantly ask for help. The animals depend on them. Without them there would be even more homeless stray animals wandering the streets suffering and dying. Without them there would be no chance for these dogs and cats. Without them where would the dog or cat go when it was no longer wanted or when there was no money to feed the animal or provide medical care? Please be generous this holiday season with a donation or your time and volunteer.
KY H.B. 233—Including Pets in Domestic Violence Protective Orders
Sponsor: Rep. Joni Jenkins
ASPCA Position: Support
Action Needed: Call the Kentucky Legislative Hotline at 1-800-372-7181 to leave a message for Senate Leadership, asking them to support H.B. 233 to protect victims and their pets from domestic violence.
|Posted: Tue Jul 26, 2011 10:37 am |
Post subject: Dogs Dying Daily - Stark County, Canton, Ohio
|City pound, tons of pits, euthing daily.|
Stark County Dog Warden Department
Reduced adoption fees.
Two groups on Facebook:
Friends of the Pound (Stark County, Ohio)
Friends of the Stark County Pound
CROSS POSTING!!! From e-mail PLEASE SHARE!!!
"CONTACT: Anyone interested can call the shelter Monday-Saturday 10am to 2pm at 304-927-2555.
I found a plea for this little girl on Facebook before she had her puppies and it's just been killing me to know about her and not be able to help her.
She is just a little thing and so adorable. They were trying to get her out of there before having her puppies but she had them bright and early this morning - 8 of them. She's a very good little mommy, trying to hide all of her offspring, knowing they are in so much danger. Can you imagine!!!??? Please, if anyone can help her, don't hesitate to call there. Time is of the essence..."
|Posted: Tue May 19, 2009 3:27 pm |
Post subject: DESPERATE:SHORT-TERM Fosters 4 Dogs
|Canine Crusaders, Youngstown, OH|
501(c)(3) Non-Profit organization (All donations are tax-deductible)
If You Would Like To Open Your Heart & Home And Foster A Dog In
Need, Please Contact Shannon at: email@example.com
"Heaven is where you meet all the dogs you ever loved."
The primary goal of Canine Crusaders is rescuing dogs out of the
Mahoning County Pound, Ohio. Foster homes can be as much as 180
miles away. They are located directly between Cleveland, OH and
"We are in DESPERATE need of SHORT-TERM FOSTERS for dogs awaiting
transport to rescues. Foster time for dogs going to rescue is generally
only 1 to 3 weeks. Foster time for dogs waiting to find their forever home
may take a little longer. Foster homes provide temporary shelter, food
Canine Crusaders provides necessary vetting. The cost of food and toys
is up to the foster. Prerequisites such as fenced yard, experience, etc.,
may depend on the type of dog to be fostered.
Sam was a friendly 6 month old puppy. Reason for euthanasia: Behavior, not aggressive behavior that you and I might think would make a dog unadoptable, but rather because 6-month-old puppy Sam was getting "depressed" in the shelter environment. Sasha was surrendered to the shelter as a healthy 1.5 year old when her owners moved to an apartment that did not allow dogs. Like many dogs, within days of arriving at the shelter Sasha developed a runny nose and cough, common signs of an upper respiratory infection that makes so many shelter dogs sick. Reason for Sasha's death: Medical.