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noteworthy posts of 2018
LOVE FOR ALL LIVING CREATURES IS
THE MOST NOBLE ATTRIBUTE OF MAN.
When Quinn was 10, his leg and hip had to be amputated due to sarcoma cancer. When he woke up from surgery, the first thing he said was, “I want a dog with three legs.” After two years of searching, he and his mom finally found Logan at our shelter. Not only has Quinn completely recovered from cancer, but he now has a best friend to grow up with.
Adoptions free in June to save lives. Our shelter is extremely crowded and we’ve run out of space. As an emergency lifesaving measure adoptions will be free for the whole month of June. We need your likes and shares to spread the word and save all these wonderful pets—please help!
Melani & Jake
This kind woman walked into our shelter and asked who the oldest, hardest to adopt dog was. So we introduced her to Jake. Jake has been with us for a long time, is a senior and has cancer in addition to skin problems. He was getting passed up time and time again. But Melani came to the shelter not just to find a great dog, but to save a life and give unconditional love to a dog in need. As you can see, it’s a match made in heaven. Please help us thank Melani...Peo-ple like her are our heroes.