Saturday, October 29, 2011

NY/NJ - OREO, a beautiful Bobtail Tuxedo Cat after being passed up too many times for cute little kittens is giving up...

"Oreo is stunning. Oreo is sweet. Oreo is great with other cats, and even dogs."

"Rescued from a kill shelter, he has been living in a crate for months, passed over again and again as people choose "cute little kittens" over him. He is shut down and depressed, and he needs a forever home (or even a foster in a home environment) NOW. He is approx 1 1/2 to 2 years old, fiv/felv neg UTD on shots and really just a perfect cat. Oreo needs a loving human to bring him back to life. He is medium haired, has stunning Tuxedo markings, and cute little bobtail."

Please contact for more information or an application
**NY/NJ area transport available

L.A., CA shelter - 7 yr neutered CHI x boy ARNIE- been @ shelter for almost FOUR MONTHS!

At the shelter for 4 months, feeling forgotten. Let's help little Arnie find a loving home.
WHO AM I? My name is Arnie and I am a neutered male, brown and white Chihuahua - Smooth Coated. ARNIE - ID#A1228350 The shelter thinks I am about 7 years old. I weigh approximately 18 pounds.I have been at the shelter since Jul 05, 2011.
WHERE AM I?  West Valley Animal Care and Control Center, CA
HOW CAN YOU HELP ME? Call (888) 452-7381 and ask for information about animal ID number A1228350

L.A., CA shelters - CHICO & CREAM need loving homes

CHICO is hopeful and proud--thinks YOU are coming to get him; CREAM is sad and hopeless, turned in w/ collar, but no one knows how old he is :(
WHO AM I? My name is Chico and I am a neutered male, tan and white Pit Bull Terrier. CHICO - ID#A1258557 The shelter thinks I am about 8 months old. I weigh approximately 46 pounds. I have been at the shelter since Oct 19, 2011.
WHERE AM I? West Los Angeles Animal Care and Control Center, CA
HOW CAN YOU HELP ME? Call (888) 452-7381 and ask for information about animal ID number A1258557

WHO AM I? My name is Cream and I am an unaltered male, tan American Pit Bull Terrier. CREAM - ID#A1258561 The shelter thinks I am about 5 years old. I have been at the shelter since Oct 19, 2011.
WHERE AM I? South Los Angeles Animal Care and Control Center, CA
HOW CAN YOU HELP ME? Call (888) 452-7381 and ask for information about animal ID number A1258561

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

LA, CA shelter - 7 yr old GIRLIE and a tiny terrier with no name need some place to call home. Will you be that person to help them?

WHO ARE THEY? (left) GIRLIE - ID#A1258898 My name is Girlie and I am a spayed female, brown American Pit Bull Terrier. The shelter thinks I am about 7 years old. I weigh approximately 57 pounds.
(right) A1257008 Border Terrier: An adoptable dog in Los Angeles, CA Small • Adult • Male Pet ID: A1257008 • Spayed/Neutered
WHERE ARE THEY? City of Los Angeles South LA Animal Shelter, Los Angeles, CA
HOW CAN YOU HELP?  Call (888) 452-7381 and inquire about their ID numbers - A1258898 and A1257008

OC, CA shelter - Poor little 15 year old Poodle, just waiting for someone to love her.

This adorable little grandma dog was adopted on October 25th!

Does anyone even know she's here? This poor, sad little neglected dog. She may be older, but she has lots of love and loyalty left in her. Please be that someone who will take her home, clean her up and give her a nice soft bed to spend the rest of her life in.
WHO IS SHE? Pet ID: A1129782  Sex: F Age: 15 Years  Color: WHITE  Breed: POODLE MIN - MIX Kennel: 298  (not spayed)
WHERE IS SHE? OC Animal Care Center 561 The City Drive South Orange, CA 92868
HOW CAN YOU HELP HER? Please call Tammy Osborn at 714-935-6848 or email and ask about A1129782

L.A., CA shelter, Please help save beautiful, neglected Jitterbug

*From Andrea:  $200 pledges to save this precious girl's life but there's no time left so please answer her prayers now...!!!  thank you!!  THE KIND OF DOG THAT MAKES YOU SO SAD
WHO IS SHE? Jitterbug (A1244878, 2 years old, a solid 53 pounds) *From Andrea: ... has never known the joy of dancing, of being carefree.  Ignored, probably beaten, she came into the shelter, collar embedded in her neck, with a litter of puppies.  Her impound photo said it all  --  head bowed down, no hope in life.  That was all I saw for quite a while  --  even though I walked by her kennel at the annex.  I never noticed the sweet soul, waiting for someone to pay a drop of attention to her.  She blends in, she's dark and reserved.  She must have looked up at me, sadness covering her, dragging her down. Everyone who meets Jitterbug now comments on her amazing orange brindle coat and her Roman nose.  They find her charming. want to take her out dancing and show her some happiness at last.  Jitterbug has learned to wag her tail and will take on a play bow when you come to visit.  She's devoted to those who reach out to pet her, talk her for a walk.  Jitterbug does fine with her kennel mate and that seems to be true with all other dogs.  Jitterbug is all heart plus a few dance steps that she's waiting to show you.  Please consider adopting / rescuing this girl who is out of time.   
WHERE IS SHE? You can meet her at the South L.A. shelter  3612 11th Ave., L.A. 90018
HOW CAN YOU HELP HER?  Call (213) 485-0117 or -0119 and ask for A1244878.

And please let me know if you do save her  --  as others always ask what has happened after pleas are circulated.  With thanks, Andrea (323) 363-4909

Monday, October 24, 2011

UPDATE: 7 day foster needed for Stella and Arson 11/21- 11/28

Hello everyone! Stella and Arson need to find a foster home for 7 days Nov 21st through the 28th. The kennel is booked for that week and then they can go back. Does anyone know of anyone who would be able to do this? Please let me know. Thank you!

Jacksonville, FL - A cry for help - young pregnant woman loses job, home.  Desperate for temporary re-homing for her pets as she gets back on her feet after job loss.  Read her story here >
Good news Update: A local kennel has agreed to take both dogs until January $16.00 a day and the kennel set up a Chip In for the money. Every dollar can help her keep her dogs safe until she can take them home again. No amount is too small...Sixteen $1.00 donations keeps them safe another day

Chip In:

A note from Kristina:  I want to thank everyone for all the help. I'm not sure what would have happened to

Sunday, October 23, 2011

Iowa - Lovable Long Haired Doxie with IVVD

WHO AM I?  My name is Mars and I’ve been told that I am “out of this world” cute and sweet!  I have IVVD and that scared my owner who doesn’t think he can care for me.  I wish he could understand that not being able to use your back legs is not a death sentence and that with a little help, I’ll be just fine.

A wonderful doctor named Dr. Holland is trying to help find me a new home.    It is too late for me to have surgery, so I am doing some crate rest right now, but I am a healthy 4 year old boy and she knows that I would do great in a cart. I’ve been neutered and up to date on all my shots.  A nice lady has offered to give me my own wheelchair and I just can’t wait to bring my “wheels” with me to my new home – I just know we will have a ball!

HOW CAN YOU HELP?   If you have any questions or want to see me (and maybe take me home!), please contact Chris at 515-344-1242 or email
Wait till I have my wheels, then I'll race ya!
Please help get the word out by crossposting and sharing Mars far and wide.  He deserves to live the life he loves so much.