Sunday, October 7, 2018
Every single time I went into Donatello's kennel today he insisted on being by my side the entire time. While cleaning up his kennel he barely let me get any work done, constantly stepping in between me and my shovel so that I had no choice but to pet him. He was just as demanding during caregiving, fortunately I had tons of time to give him all of the love that he was craving.
24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year, our caregivers are selflessly caring for our rescues. We are always here, ready and willing to rescue, rehabilitate, and release them to a loving family, pending application and a home visit, their adoptions are our reward. Pictured is 10 year old Reyna, she recently had a minor surgery and became a Hospital Two (H2) resident for a few weeks to prevent her from ripping her stitches out and also to prevent infection. She's healed up and back outside where she was born to be. She's been rescued, she's been rehabilitated, and now she's ready to be released to a loving family, any takers?
Monday, October 8, 2018
Mitzy played her little heart out in the park today. This girl must have had some serious energy to burn off because she played fetch nearly the entire time she was in the park. I don't think I've ever seen her play that hard.