Our fundraiser is coming up on Sunday. We are excited and hope to see all of you there.
I wanted to take a minute to introduce one of our newer fosters. She came to us in pretty bad shape. We gave her a fancy name to grow into.
Introducing Tallulah Belle
Tallulah was found in the middle of the road and taken to the local shelter. She was thin, scared and very itchy. Tallulah does not see very well.
She is now safe and sound at our vet. She currently has sarcoptic mange and is in isolation for now.
Tallulah is about 10. She will go to foster, when she is ready, and will be spoiled and treated as she deserves.
This is the reason we are here. The reason our vet bills are as high as they are. We DO NOT turn these types away. We want to make sure they are safe and well cared for. Tallulah will most likely live out her life with us as a permanent foster. The seniors are not adopted as often as the younger, often prettier, pugs. They do not want much. They just want to be loved and to love in return.
Please consider adopting a senior pug and making their final time as perfect as their lives should have been. If you are not ready to adopt, please consider donating.
See you all on Sunday.