Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Jacksonville, FL: Adorable wheelchair dog needs a new home

Can anyone help this furbaby ? Please network.
Contact is Melissa Vanaman.


I have a dog that was adopted from the humane society. He is paralyzed and is in a wheelchair. He is loving and caring.
I can no longer take care of him without an income and he is being locked up for 14-16 hours a day.
This breaks my heart to see this and feel he needs attention he deserves.
I contacted the humane society and their were unable to take him. If there is any way possible I need a place for him to go.
Thanks, Melissa

Tuesday, November 12, 2013

NE VIRGINIA_Bonded Seniors Need Home ASAP! Will be euth'ed end of week!! Please share for these two!!

11-18-13: These two little souls still need a place to go. Please don't forget about them continue to network for them.


*From Mary: RECENT UPDATE: We have also discovered that Mia is most likely deaf and dear sweet Ralphy has mast cell cancer. I've been balling my eyes out all day. They will not have the tumors surgically removed because they still do not think he is adoptable. I looked it up though and if it is stage 1 or 2 and the tumors are completely removed he has an excellent chance of pulling through and the cancer not coming back. This is almost too much for my heart to bear.

You can contact me any time. I can usually respond within a few minutes.
Mary Weber

Video clips from our visit to see Mia and Ralphy last Monday:

THIS IS THEIR STORY:  In early August, I pulled two loving seniors (a 12 year old pittie mix named Mia and a 9 year old corgi mix named Ralphy) out of a condemned, abandoned home in my neighborhood. The owners of the home were heroin addicts, one was in the hospital for an overdose and the other was incarcerated for robbing someone at our local Wal-Mart in Martinsburg. They had three young girls under the age of 12--they were
picked up by relatives or placed in a foster home. But no one was there to take