These two seniors have been dropped off to die atO.C.A.S. in Orlando, Florida. They are both scheduled to be euthanised on the 6th March. PLEASE consider adopting or even fostering one, or both, of these seniors to save them from being killed. Help show them that not all humans are as cruel and incompetent as their previous owners. Florida is a large state. There has to be somebody out there willing to take these dos into their home, even if it’s just for a short while until they find forever home.
If you are interested in saving them thencall O.C.A.S. on 407-836-3111, or email Jacqueline.Nanni@ocfl.net. If nobody shows ANY interest in them then they will be killed. If people show interest but can’t adopt or foster them straight away then they will give them some extra time!
Animal ID: A311968 Room No.: WD25 Hi, my name is Clay. I am an approximately 8 year old red and white male. I am friendly and I tested heartworm negative. I weigh approximately 60 pounds. I have been at Orange County Animal Services since Saturday, February 21, 2015.
Animal ID: A311969 Room No.: WD25
Hi, my name is Luke. I am an approximately 9 year old white and black male. I am friendly and I tested heartworm negative. I weigh approximately 59 pounds. I have been at Orange County Animal Services since Saturday, February 21, 2015
Maura Porter never spent much time around pit bulls before she started volunteering at the Milton Animal League. The shelter sits on the edge of the Massachusetts Blue Hills, a large park space in the center of Boston where a lot of dogs are abandoned, many of which are pit bulls.
While volunteering, Porter decided she wanted to adopt one of the animals. She had a friend, dying from cancer, who was visited by therapy dogs as he prepared to say goodbye. When he passed, Porter and her husband decided they wanted to do something to help other patients like him. Porter brought home a number of dogs in order to learn their temperaments before choosing one that few people might: a 7-year-old pit bull named Blueberry.
A veterinarian technician at the Mercy Animal Clinic in Garland, Texas found a stray young female Pit bull looking after a special charge at the side of a road in South Dallas. The dog was nursing a 2-day old kitten!
With no other animals in sight, Marina brought the pair back to the clinic to be looked after. On March 18, 2015, Mercy Animal Clinic wrote on their Facebook page: “The dog is sweet and loves the kitten, but her milk is drying up. We are bottle feeding the kitten today and placing it in a home with a nursing mother cat tonight. Good job Marina!”