Thursday, January 29, 2015


Jan 28, ( NOTE: COLOR is OFF ON PHOTO) Long Island, NY
★★ Bonded Duo Stuck in Boarding Cage for Months...Becoming Depressed and
Withdrawn, living in Cages their Entire Lives ★★

Trouble and Luna, approx 7 mos old and two of THE SWEEEEEETEST cats ever. They are bonded brothers, playful and affectionate to all. To think they were left to fend for themselves on the streets and in desperate need of help. Road to Home Rescue Support took these sweeties in as tiny little kittens and they now have spent majority of their lives in a cage waiting for their forever home. They are starting to regress and depression has set in, losing the light in their eyes and are becoming withdrawn. They Shouldn't Grow Up Without a Home and Family to Call their Own. If you are interested in adopting this dynamic duo, please contact us at

-Transport available to approved home in the North East
- Located in Lynbrook, NY
- Approximately 7 month old males
- Playful, Friendly and Affectionate
- Fully Vetted

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Please download an application using the Foster or Adoption links above. Save the document on your computer, then email it to us at Thank you!

Tuesday, January 20, 2015

**RE-POSTING Mineola Long Island, SHAYNA The Sweetest Girl Who Lost Her Tail...

May 1, 2015:  Shayna now has a brand new forever home!

Jan 20, 2015 
Watch this precious video!<
Shayna Road To Home Rescue Dog -- The Sad TALE of Shayna's Tail...Sweet as they Come and Ready for Her ~HOME~NOW~ 

Re Posting for SHAYNA: With the hopes and prayers that this video will speak to someone and find this adorable, sweet little dog the HOME she deserves...PLEASE view the video! It is amazing!

Original Post: Dec 5, 2014 - Long Island, NY
"They Cut My Tail Off and Now I am Forced To Wear Diapers For The Rest Of My Life".......
Just found out that Shayna's recent and indulging MOM passed away...she adored this dog and cooked her chicken and treated her like ROYALTY...NOW SHE HAS No One and No Home... 

This is Shayna and she is as cute as a button. She's only 6 lbs, but has TONS of personality and a lot of love to give. Her original owner cut her tail off and damaged the spinal cord, which also caused neurological damage. As a result she cannot feel when she is  going to the bathroom. She has been to the vet ...before and sadly, there is no surgery they can do to fix her condition . We know it is going to be really hard to find this angel a forever home.  She will need a patient owner, who is willing to change her diaper, make sure she stays clean, and who understands that even though she wears a diaper, she  loves to go for walks. She is only 5 years old, spayed, utd on shots. SHAYNA gets along well with other dogs and cats, children of all ages, but would absolutely LOVE it if she could be your one and only. She is  the true definition of a lap dog.

I pray there is someone out there who will be compassionate towards her situation and give her the life she has always deserved . If you are willing to open up your heart and home to Shayna,. Please contact or call 516 5216703.
I am currently located in Mineola, NY. Transport is available to an approved home in the northeast.

Friday, January 16, 2015

York, PA: Lived in a crate for 11 years! Needs a cart!

THAN LUCY LU!!!!!!!!!!!

The nicest dogs sometimes have the most horrible upbringings, and Lucy lou is no exception.  This darling little lady is 11 years young and for all 11 years she endured a life of neglect and confinement.

Her owner is now deceased, and a relative surrendered her to the shelter for euthanasia. However;  we think she deserves a chance at real love and luxury.  Lucy Lou not only lived confined her entire life; she has an old pelvic fracture that was left untreated and it makes it impossible for her to walk.  Lucy Lou is not paralyzed, however; she cannot walk. She goes to the bathroom when taken outside and she is a docile, quiet, loving, grateful, kind soul.
We are urgently seeking an alternative solution for her.

Being a shelter, we do the best we can, however; we are not a home and a home is what this girl really needs.  Additionally, she is a great candidate for a set of wheels which will make her life much improved.  I have never even heard Lucy Lou bark and we are all smitten with her.  She appears to be amiable with other animals and she is truly a survivor!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Lucy Lou is a petite pit bull, roughly 35-40 pounds, but her heart is huge!!!!

Please contact me asap if you are able to help our amazing girl!  Lucy Lou is available to rescues only at this time due to her current needs and inability to ambulate.

If you would like to foster her for a rescue, please contact me at:  

Thank You,

Lisa Belsinger
Rescue coordinator
York County SPCA
York, PA
717-659-8221 (MY CELL)

Thursday, January 1, 2015

★★ Long Island, NY** Young Irish Wolfie Mix Needs a Chance at Life...Given up for inconvenience...She needs Surgery NOW!!! ★★

Jan 1, 2015
★★ Big news about our girl Butchie (now Tara). She has seen a specialist
and is ready for surgery to correct her incontinence! We really need to
rally for her and raise the funds. Please help us to give Tara the chance at
a Happy and Pain Free Life. Together we can do this for her! ★★

Tara was relinquished to
> Road to Home Rescue Support when her owners decided to euthanize
her, after having had her for over 5 years. She had incontinence issues
since she was a puppy but they never looked into helping her. Instead they
decided that it was time to end her life when their baby was born. They kept
her in a small diaper which was never changed. When she got to our vet, she
had a severe infection and was covered with sores. After trying different
medications, which didn’t work, we brought her to a specialist for a
consult. She appears to have a congenital issue which can be fixed with
surgery. Tara is an unbelievably sweet and gentle dog. She was in boarding
for months and now has been with a wonderful foster, who adores her. Tara
has been having recurring infections which are now causing her great
discomfort. She has been to the Animal Medical Center for a consult and will
require a procedure called Cystoscopy- guided Laser Ablation. We are in
desperate need of funds so Tara can have her surgery and live a life without
pain or discomfort. Ever dollar will get us closer to making this a reality!