Lobo 4 yo neutered grey/white shepherd/husky mix.#A1433817 about 60 lb calm, friendly. At MDAS
Source: Urgent Dogs of Miami
I promised myself that I would try to write this post without crying, yet as I type, I sit with here with a box full of Kleenex, eyes that have been puffy for hours, and mascara running down to my chin. Why? Because even though we consider each and every animal we rescue to be a blessing, sometimes one dog or cat will land in our lap that changes us forever.
Field Day was one such dog.
Our first introduction to Field Day came almost a year ago. One of our very special original angels, a teacher named Karin, saw photos of this gentle giant who was scheduled to die at a Georgia shelter. It happened to be her students’ field day. When she saw the photos, she gasped, as we did. His bones were covered with raw, angry, crusty flesh. Medical professionals we consulted said his injuries did not appear to be from treatable mange but, instead, looked to be the cause of some sort of intentional burn, perhaps even chemical.
In true Angels fashion, we mobilized immediately to rescue him right before being put to sleep. His human angel, an amazing foster within our program named Peggy, stepped forward willingly and embraced the chance to help him recover. Once we had Field Day safely in our care, we realized that he not only suffered from massive burns, but he was also riddled with cancer. We were gutted.
Doctors gave Field Day merely a few weeks to live, and we pledged to him, with your backing, that those weeks would be his finest. And that he would be comfortable and immersed with love.
That was nearly a year ago.
We say often that you, angels, make the impossible, possible. Nobody expected Field Day to embrace life as …read more
Source: Angels Among Us Pet Rescue
#A4813518 My name is Hershey and I’m an approximately 4 year old female terrier. I am already spayed. I have been at the Carson Animal Care Center since March 31, 2015. I am available on March 31, 2015. You can visit me at my temporary home at C212.
Source: Saving Carson Shelter Dogs
By Friends of Arlington (TX) Animal Services (FAAS) We now have an Emergency fund set up with Dr. Gully’s office so that emergency situations can be handled very quickly. The amount of donations received will be the amount that we have to work with. If you would like to donate to this fund, please send via paypal to: firstname.lastname@example.org. If you do not have a paypal account, you can mail to Lisa Allen/Emergency Kitty Fund, P.O. Box 173098, Arlington TX 76003. I will post again if funds have been used and how. Thank You in advance for helping any furbabies that may need emergency care! …read more
Hershey WC 18 – ID# 25274523
TOTAL PLEDGED DONATIONS: $0
DMH/Mix, Blue/Solid, Unaltered Adult, Unknown Gender, Small 6.00 Pounds
Intake Date: 3/30/15
Review Date: 4/02/15 at 11:58 AM
Stray/ACO Pickup/Trapped Animal
2400 Blk Cloverdale St.
If you are interested in fostering or have any questions about adopting, please call or text Lisa at 817-996-7538.
FELINE ADOPTION FEE $90 includes:
FIV/FLV Combo Test
30 days of Insurance
Please visit: Arlington Animal Services 1000 SE Green Oaks, Arlington, Texas 76018
Shelter hours are Mon-Fri 10-6, Sat 10-4, closed Sunday.
AAS Approved Rescue Groups that have a 501c3 may rescue animals without cost.
*Please note that all pledges on the animals goes only to the rescue groups who tag that animal.
The FAAS page is created by volunteers and is not directly associated with the shelter or staff or any other page. For additional information on rescuing an animal or adopting contact the shelter directly. You need the ID NUMBER AND NOT NAME WHEN INQUIRING ON AN ANIMAL.
Please note: any pledges on the animals are sent to rescue groups, not adopters. Thank you.
LINK to all AAS animals:
Feline – Wildcat Album