jerry rescue

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We rescued Jerry about a year ago, he was in the kennels for a year after being a stray. He was classed as a dangerous dog but I have never known a nicer, calm dog as he is. He’s a German Shepard cross whippet so quite a weird combination!

SIDE EFFECTS (for sassysquancher)

Rick moaned, lifting his head up from his pillow. Looking around, he realized he had been laid haphazardly in his own bed. The smell of vomit was strong. Once he had sat up, he realized it was coming from his shirt.

“G-god dammit,” he gurgled. “T-this’ll be the second s-sh-shirt today.”

At least he thought so. What had happened earlier? Oh, right. The Jerry rescue. He didn’t remember a hell of a lot that had happened once he had left the portal, but between the fuzzy memories and the evidence before him, he apparently had puked everywhere and then passed out.

With another moan due to his headache, he added, “S-st-stupid bitch! I-I-I knew she put something in that wine!”

In all truthfulness it had been nothing like he had expected such as poison or drugs, but he had no way of knowing this.

He continued to sit on his bed covered in vomit. He had to think a little before he cleaned himself up. Mostly he had to think about what Beth was going to say about all this. He knew Jerry would have blabbed everything by now. Eh, either way, at least things were normal again, more or less…

“At least I won’t have to worry about her again!” he assured himself before finally moving to grab some new clothes.

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Meet One Of The People Behind Christmas Boxes For Rescue Animals

Hi Everyone i am Hayley and my Tumblr Blog is charitycrochetandknitsforanimals and i came up with the idea of creating Christmas donation boxes for rescue animals to donate at Christmas ♥

I have had rescue animals all my life and there has always been Rescue Cats in my life. 

Four Years ago i became a full time wheelchair user and due to my disabilities and Chronic Illnesses that i have been living with for 10 years now.

I needed something to keep my mind occupied, so i starting learning to knit and crochet so i could make blankets for rescue centres. 

Seeing so many rescue centres in need of items and help from the general public i really wanted to do something to help out. 

So i have been collecting and making items so i can help as many rescue centres as i possibly can, as it breaks my heart the stories i see and hear every single day.

If you would like to help me make as many animals as warm and as comfortable this Christmas whilst they are waiting for their Furever homes i do have a Amazon Wishlist set up and i would be so truly grateful if you do decide you would like to help

Every item we receive will be noted and every rescue centre will know about everyone who made a donation to this

You can Donate from as little as £1 via The following Wishlists

If you would like to donate £1 Amazon e-mail gift certificates our e-mail is christmas4rescueanimals@outlook.com

charitycrochetandknitsforanimals is supporting Lina’s Cat rescue and Jerry green dog rescue - Amazon List

I have also updated my Amazon wishlist and there are items on there for 90p including delivery :D

I am hoping to donate to more rescue centres as i collect and make as many items as possible 

For every £1 Donatedcharitycrochetandknitsforanimals will make and donate a knitted catnip toy or fish, on top of ones already being made to be donated!

Thank you so much ♥♥

mongrelmutt  asked:

Any opinions on the new Minnesota lab beagle law?

Ahh, the Beagle Freedom Law. This new piece of legislation was crammed among the massive Omnibus Supplemental Budget Bill (Article 13 Sec. 47), which also hits on subjects like early childhood education, funding for regenerative medical research, student loan refinancing, disaster assistance contingency funds, and extending University of Minnesota’s alcohol service just to name a few. The research animal section of the law is actually pretty simple, and something I don’t think many would find issue with…

Sec. 47. RESEARCH DOGS AND CATS.
(a) A higher education research facility that receives public money or a facility that provides research in collaboration with a higher education facility that confines dogs or cats for science, education, or research purposes and plans on euthanizing a dog or cat for other than science, education, or research purposes must first offer the dog or cat to an animal rescue organization…
(b) For the purposes of this section, “animal rescue organization” means any nonprofit organization incorporated for the purpose of rescuing animals in need and finding permanent, adoptive homes for the animals. (x)

I mean, there is nothing particularly incendiary right there. Dogs and cats that can be placed for adoption after a study ends should be allowed to find permanent homes. Sounds good, although I can’t help but have some questions…
Questions like, can we consider all “animal rescue organizations” equal?
Do they all have indoor / outdoor exercise areas? Do they have vet care on staff? Are they No Kill Shelters? Even if they aren’t, do they have room for these perspective pets? Will potential owners be screened for any particular care or social requirements these former lab dogs require? The list of questions can go on and on. And of course anyone who has ever visited an overcrowded shelter knows the answers here.

But let’s be optimistic and pretend that we don’t have to worry about these questions for a minute. When looking at the Beagle Freedom Project website a few things immediately strike me.

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Can you spare £1 to help give animals like this a treat this Christmas?

Macca and Jake through no fault of their own have been waiting for a fur-ever home for too long!

Every year the RSPCA estimate thousands upon thousands are animals are abandoned every year.

In a Five year time frame people reported 210,952 abandoned animals to them. That is just the RSPCA alone so that figure will be so much higher

Here at Christmas 4 Rescue animals we would like to make as many animals over this Christmas period have warmth and some treats and toys to make life in a rescue centre a little easier for them. 

If you think you could spare £1 please consider donating an amazon e-mail gift certificate to us, so that we are able to purchase items to help achieve this!

Details on how to do this below

Every item we receive will be noted and every rescue centre will know about everyone who made a donation to this

You can Donate from as little as £1 via The following Wishlists

If you would like to donate £1 Amazon e-mail gift certificates our e-mail is christmas4rescueanimals@outlook.com

There are items on these lists that cost less than £2 with free delivery and will make a huge difference to a rescue animal

catslover88 will be donating to Katz Castle -  Surrey Amazon list

suchaprettyfire is in the North west of the UK - Amazon List

charitycrochetandknitsforanimals is supporting Lina’s Cat rescue and Jerry green dog rescue - Amazon List

I have also updated my Amazon wishlist and there are items on there for 90p including delivery :D

For every £1 Donatedcharitycrochetandknitsforanimals will make and donate a knitted catnip toy or fish, on top of ones already being made to be donated!

Are you looking to knit or Crochet blankets for Christmas boxes? Are you in need of a centre to donate them too?

Cats Protection Derby Adoption centre are in need of knitted or crochet Blankets

Blankets are important to a lot of centres as they will send them with the cats once they find their forever homes as alot of cats will find comfort in the blanket they have been using whilst at the centre.

Blankets also provide warmth and security to cats after vet visits and operations. 

If you have any questions at all on the best type of crochet or knit blanket please feel free to send charitycrochetandknitsforanimals a message as she has made many blankets for rescue centres :) 

If you would like to donate more treats we have a cat masterpost here

If you do not have the Funds or the time to do all this?

Then do not worry! We are spread out across the UK and our aim is to help as many animals as possible!

Every item we receive will be noted and every rescue centre will know about everyone who made a donation to this

You can Donate from as little as £1 via The following Wishlists

There are items on these lists that cost less than £2 with free delivery and will make a huge difference to a rescue animal

catslover88 will be donating to Katz Castle -  Surrey Amazon list

suchaprettyfire is in the North west of the UK - Amazon List

charitycrochetandknitsforanimals is supporting Lina’s Cat rescue and Jerry green dog rescue - Amazon List

For every £1 Donated charitycrochetandknitsforanimals will make and donate a knitted catnip toy or fish, on top of ones already being made to be donated!