Monday, April 11, 2011

Tiggr Was Adopted!

I did not expect it to happen so quickly. But the perfect family came along at just the right time, and now Tiggr is happily living his new life with a retired couple. Of course there are no shortage of cats needing help, so I quickly filled up Tiggr's spot with a momma cat and two kittens. And then I went to a shelter and pulled three more cats from there. This is part of the reason I've been too busy to update my blog! I've also been too busy to take their pictures or name them, so I'll be officially introducing them shortly. In the meantime, here are some pictures from Saturday's adoption event. We had many dogs available, and two of them found homes. All dogs featured in this post are currently available for adoption.

Mixed breed puppy pulled from a high-kill shelter


Two year old beagle pulled from rural shelter


My foster dog Missy - came from city animal control

Mixed breed dog from an area shelter

Tucker - waiting for a home for several months now!
Chihuahua from puppy mill

Arnold - turned in when family moved to state with BSL

Kimmy - mixed breed dog from an area shelter

Another Chihuahua from puppy mill

Yet another chihuahua from a puppy mill

And still another chihuahua from puppy mill
Sparkle - transfer from another rescue

Ziggy, praying for a new home (or a snack).

6 comments:

Cupcake said...

I hope all these wonderful babies find homes soon. Thank you for everything you do for the animals.

Love, Cupcake and Mommy

Kari in WeHo said...

Arnold looks so sweet

Kari
http://dogisgodinreverse.com

brooke said...

Awww Ziggy. How can people resist his tricks!?!

So many puppy mill pups, so sad!
So many pups in general looking for homes! :(

ForPetsSake said...

Oh my goodness! How are they not snatched right up? So sweet and ready. I really hope they'll find new homes fast!

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Seoul Kitten said...

Just found your blog, you're doing a great job! I just adopted my first rescue dog a few months ago and looking to foster my first dog now here in Korea... All very exciting and worthwhile.

Good luck! >.<