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My husband and I have been rescuing and re-homing homeless dogs and puppies for several years now. Most of them are abused and severely neglected when they come to us. Prior to re-homing one of these babies; we give them what they need like medical attention, grooming, food & water, a clean soft place to sleep, training and most of all, LOVE LOVE LOVE.
Timmy’s first bed-time story
Timmy was one of our rescues, who for some time had been out on his own. He was very thin, his hip bones were protruding, you could count his ribs and his skin was severely irritated. He was loaded with hook worms and was heart worm positive. Timmy came to us in August of this year, the video below was Timmy's first night with us. I sat with him and told him his first bed-time story, this one has a happy ending; or like we prefer to say “a new beginning” Timmy was adopted in the beginning of December; along with another rescue named Sandy.
Ready for Adoption
“Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.” That is my favorite quote from Benjamin Franklin. My name is Fiona and I am 1 years old. My dream is to have a life-time partner, someone to be by my side as we, learn and explore this world together! I consider myself a bit of an intellect. I’ve been told by my foster family that I am, “a little thinker”. I guess it’s because I’m always willing and eager to learn new things. I am also an athletic girl, who enjoys swimming, walking and jogging. I love all humans and canines. I am affectionate and love to cuddle on the sofa next to my friends. If you share the same interests in life and have the same qualities as I do, then please go to www.foreverhome4dogsrescue.com to fill out an adoption application. You can also email email@example.com or call David at 228-219-7974 to find out more information. Can’t wait till we meet! Hugs and kisses, Fiona.
Meet Pixie our first rescue baby of 2014. I still get tears and angry looking at her pictures from the first day we got her. She was completely matted from head to toe; they were so tight it was pinching her skin. Her condition did not happen over-night, nor over a few weeks. She had been suffering like this for months and no one cared! Thank you Rescue Angel Emily for saving Pixie. She has a new beginning; from this point forward her fur will shine, and never be dirty or matted. Her life will be valued and not an afterthought. Even though her life was filled with neglect, Pixie is an affectionate girl with a forgiving heart. She has been adopted and is now living in Biloxi, MS with her adopted mom.
Pray for Finn
Pascagoula, MS (near Taft and 12th Street)_ We rescued this sweet baby on Valentine’s Day after a concerned human called the police to check on the welfare of this little guy, who was wandering in the street. When we arrived this little guy was so weak and frightened he had difficulty standing up. We brought him by the vet’s office for an initial examination; he was so dehydrated, we couldn't even find a vain. He seems to be a young adult, weighing only 11 pounds. He has been without any kind of nutrition for quite some time; his condition did not happen overnight! He was STARVED!!! He has an old wound on the outside of his ear, which is raw and bloody. What’s even worse is that this poor baby has a green tattoo on the inside of his thigh; which indicates that he had been neutered and adopted from a shelter at some point in time. It’s appalling that this baby was NEGLECTED/ABUSED, denied any medical care and left to die. What’s also appalling is that he was adopted from a shelter, and brought into a life of hell. We want justice for Finn and we need your help! We are offering a REWARD FOR INFORMATION LEADING TO THE CONVICTION OF FINN’S OWNERS!!! Call David 228-219-7974. Finn is in foster care, slowly improving. He is eating small portions of food several times a day and has been able to keep his food down. Finn is not out of the woods just yet; we do not know what kind, if any internal damage has been done to his organs. When he regains some strength, we will be going back to the vet to run tests. As for now, please PRAY for Finn and SHARE his story, he needs all the help he can get and to know that there are still a few good humans out there! If you would like to help with Finn’s medical expenses, you can donate directly to Pet Harbor Veterinary Hospital in Pascagoula, MS or donate via PayPal www.foreverhome4dogsrescue.com. Your kindness is GREATLY APPRECIATED, thank you in advance and God bless♥ —
FOUND IN PASCAGOULA, MS Feb. 19, 2014_ A Good Samaritan spotted this little injured girl alongside St. Peter’s Cemetery near Resca De La Palma Street around 5 p.m. today. We brought her to the vet for an evaluation. She has bite wounds around her neck, ears, head and back. She is in heat, no collar and no chip. We got her cleaned up and she is being treated with medication for her injuries. She is in a foster home while we try to locate her family. Please SHARE, someone is missing this little girl. Let’s get her back home!!! If you are the owner or know who the owner is, please call David 228-219-7974. Thank you and God bless
Happily Ever After for Three Sisters
REMEMBER THE 3 BOXER MIX PUPPIES!!! Back in March of 2013, a Rescue Angel friend of ours informed us about a woman who was trying to “Get Rid Of” three female puppies in front of a local shopping center in Pascagoula, MS. The woman was prepared to give them to “Anybody” and or dump them somewhere; she was not going back home with them! We took the puppies into our rescue, not to help the woman, but to make sure these little babies get off to a better start than what could have happened to them, due to that irresponsible woman. Thanks to all your support; your prayers, sharing their story and donating; we were able to keep our promise to those little girls. All were adopted to responsible loving families a month after they were rescued. Gabby (AKA Gina) lives in Biloxi, MS, thank you Harris family for adopting Gabby. Jessi (AKA Carmen) and Roxie both made the trip to CT together and are living in separate homes; however, they don’t live far from each other. Thanks to Judi and Robin for adopting Jessi and thanks to the Griffin family for adopting Roxie. A very happily ever after for these three sisters! God Bless.
To see more pictures of Paulie and read his profile, go to the "adoptable dogs" tab at the top of this page.