My boyfriend and I were so lucky to be able to adopt these two beautiful brothers. We adopted them from a cat rescue at my work a few months go. They were called the “frozen” cats because apparently they were found in the dead of winter only a few days old, almost freezing to death. The rescue took them in and nourished them back to health. Here they are, after a lot of travelling back and fourth trying to find a proper home that isn’t a crate or a cage. This is Link and Clyde, the coolest cats around.
As many of you know, I work with Anjellicle Cats, a 501c3 not-for-profit organization based in NYC. Hiccup had some complications after his amputation surgery (of his back leg) and we need help covering his hospitalization costs. On Friday, poor lil’ Hiccup began to have seizures, which they believe were related to an antibiotic reaction. He’s now in the care of a specialty neurologist and his prognosis is good, but we have taken on SO MANY emergency cases lately, we really need help with this. He’s spending one more night in the hospital and hopefully that will be all, and then he will be back with me!
More of Hiccup’s story is on the chip-in page. Thank you so, so much. Even if you can’t donate, please do reblog. We really need all the help we can get. Kitten season has begun, and unfortunately, Hiccup is the beginning of many emergency kitten cases we will take on. Hospitalization is one of our greatest costs and we can only keep taking on these kinds of cases with thanks to our generous donors.
Sticker writing on Hiccup’s pix are courtesy of the wonderful Sara M. Lyons.
A pet shelter in Japan puts expiration dates on their animals’ photos to urge people not to buy animals from pet stores. Pets with only a few days left flash red on the website to point out those that desperately need adoption, and to show the sad truth of crowded shelters. Source
Miss Gladys is a young, medium sized, Pit Bull Terrier Mix with a blue and white bicolor coat.
Miss Gladys is a super friendly sweetheart of a dog. She needs a little extra love and attention because her life hasn’t always been an easy one, but she has so much love to spare. Could you be the one to give her a fur-ever home?
The current adoption fee is $25 and that covers the cost of spaying, her rabies certificate, and her microchip.
Also, there are no pulling fees for licensed rescues!
If not adopted, Miss Gladys will be killed on Thursday, July 16, 2015.
Since you all helped out SO AMAZINGLY with Hermione, the vets at the clinic wondered if I could put more of our adoptable cats up here.
Currently we have this very sweet, VERY old cat named Scratchy, or Scratch.
He spent his whole life being loved by an elderly woman, but when she died a few weeks back, her children brought the 17-year-old cat to us and asked us to put him down. Sadly, pets are so often thrown away like trash!
The vet techs convinced them to sign him over to the clinic, and now he needs a loving home to spend his last few years in.
He is old and has hypothyroidism, which requires daily medicine, but he’s very friendly and even at his age, he loves to explore.
He would need to be an indoor-only cat, of course, but he’d make a wonderful companion for anyone looking for a quiet pet to spoil for a few years.
If not adopted, he will live out his life as a clinic cat, but that’s not ideal because he really needs a loving family and house to roam around!
Interested? Live anywhere near Monongahela County, WV? Drop me a line!
if you can’t spare any money please signal boost this
please help them out, i really care about this shelter and they’re constantly in danger of going under because people in the middle georgia area are more inclined to help dog shelters instead of cat shelters, these cats have nowhere to go
Hi guys! Today I want to ask you to help me with something important.
The animal rescue centre in my county is in need of a shed conversion, so it can be turned into a hospital room! This place is amazing, it looks after all kinds of animals, not just pets, wild ones too :D
I set up a GoFundMe for Noeline, the woman who runs it (seen above minding a swan). She’s been doing this since the 70′s and I think she really deserves a hand considering all her hard work.
Our total goal is to raise at least €4000, but we’re going to try to raise €2000 online and the other half through different fundraisers; one of them is gonna be a date auction!
Please be really kind and donate, and if you can’t PLEASE reblog this and share it and help me raise some awareness. There’s even more information on the GFM page, so have a look!
Yesterday evening something came into the grazing pasture and ATTACKED OUR RESCUE ANIMALS.
We’ve never had anything like this happen before, and we’re a little in shock and very sad. We lost 3 of our Pekin ducks (95% of duck meat consumed in the United States is Pekin duck, which is why we’ve focused on taking in that breed) and our sweet Edith (in the last photo) was wounded on her leg and is unable to walk. We’re waiting to hear from the vet.
The rescue animals on the Hard Fifty Farm are supported solely by funds from Pioneers PressSmall Press Publishing House and Distro. We’re scrambling to figure out how to pay for the visit, so if there’s a book or zine you’ve been eyeing at Pioneers Press, now’s a great time to snag it!
This handsome little man is scheduled to be EUTHANISED TODAY, Sunday 26th April. He is located in O.C.A.S. in Orlando, Florida. PLEASE consider adopting or even fostering this guy to save him from being killed. Florida is a large state. There has to be somebody out there willing to take this dog into their home, even if it’s just for a short while until he finds his forever home. If you are interested in saving him then call O.C.A.S. on 407-836-3111, or email Jacqueline.Nanni@ocfl.net. If nobody shows ANY interest in him then he will be killed. If people show interest but can’t adopt or foster him straight away then they will give him some extra time! He is neutered and ready to leave the shelter.
Please don’t let my name deter you from saving me! My previous owner named me! I would love a new family & new name!
Animal ID: A315865 Room No.: WD43 Hi, my name is Crazy. I am an approximately 2 year old white and brown neutered male. I am friendly and I tested heartworm negative. I weigh approximately 63 pounds. I have been at Orange County Animal Services since Monday, April 13, 2015. My due out date is Sunday, April 26, 2015.
This is a low-content, adorable little husky mix female named Bella.
Ms. Bella is somewhere around 3 years old, is up to date on vaccinations, and has been spayed. She was a stray intake at a shelter.
She is a VERY sweet and quiet girl; a little nervous, shy, and suspicious of strangers. But once she warms up to you, she wants you to hold her paw or rest on your lap. She is happy to go to her crate for security and will lie quietly by your side. She has a beautiful white-and-silver coat, stunning golden eyes, and is about 65lbs.
She does very well with other dogs (including small dogs and females) but prefers not to engage in play or antics, happy to watch from the sidelines instead.
Bella will do best in a calm, quiet adult home. An active, busy household with small children is not a good fit for her. She is content with nice, slow, leisurely walks and doesn’t need a particularly active lifestyle. Bella can be a bit skittish and jumpy, and will need to be on secure collar/harness at all times when out and about. Secure escape-proof fencing, a home check, and an application are mandatory.
Bella will only be adopted out to a home on the West Coast - preferably California. Oregon and Washington will be considered for the right family. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for application information.