Posts Tagged ‘puppies’
Here is the latest update on “Pheonix” from the Daily Breeze:
Please save Jill
The contact is the shelter
Info is in the link
URGENT—Contact the shelter if you can save her. While alive, her record may be viewable by clicking here: Jill
7/31 update: JILL STILL NEEDS RESCUE
On Fri, Jul 30, 2010 CAT HOWELL wrote:
Jack & Mikey have been adopted (private parties). Just Jill is left. She is in ISO because they did minor surgery on her abscess. They opened it so it can drain.
Freddy has been doing very well at his new foster’s home but unfortunately he can no longer stay there permanently. We are looking for a permanent foster/adopter for him hopefully by Monday 7/12. He is approx. 4 lbs and doesn’t take up much room! He is a little on the jealous side and wants all your attention..he is such a love! He just wants to be held and cuddled. Read here to see Freddy’s story. PLEASE if anyone can foster this little guy please give me a call or email Caryn Klein 310 498 3226 or email@example.com
Here is his video: Click Here
This little guy we rescued and is resting comfortably at a foster in Redondo Beach. He is the sweetest little man! Loves people and loves to sleep under the covers! He has NO teeth and has to eat wet food. He is up for adoption and if anyone is interested in adopting him, please fill out a adoption application here: carson cats and dogs adoption contract Email it back to me at: firstname.lastname@example.org and I will get in touch with you. Here is a video of him when he was at the shelter: Click Here
Diamond, a three year-old chihuahua that needs a good home. She appeared in my parents’ front yard in Gardena on May 11. My parents are elderly and can’t keep her but took care of her for a few days while my sisters and I tried to locate her owners (by asking around the neigborhood and posting flyers). We also took her to VCA Coast in Hermosa Beach where we found out she has a micro-chip and that she is three years old, her name is Diamond and she was originally from the Long Beach Animal Shelter. VCA Coast called the number from the micro-chip but the person answering the phone denied having a dog. Since my parents couldn’t keep her (they are elderly and had to fly to Hawaii on May 23) and my sisters and I already have multiple pets, Diamond was brought to the Long Beach Animal Shelter on May 16. We were told that Diamond would be kept there until May 30, at which time the Long Beach SPCA (next door to the shelter) would take her, providing they had room for her.
Meanwhile, we had spread the word about Diamond to co-workers and friends. One of my co-workers said she knew someone who was interested so, on Sunday, May 30, my sisters and I went down to the Long Beach SPCA and my sister “adopted” Diamond. Since she was already spayed and had had the required vaccines and shots, we paid the $125 fee and took her home that day. Unfortunately, my co-worker’s friend was unable to take Diamond. Another co-worker of mine has been taking care of Diamond but can no longer do it. We only have a few days to find a home for her.
If you can take Diamond in, please contact: Stan L. Cabotaje Phone: 310-527-4364 e-mail: scabotaje @aol.com