|Operation Puppylift set to resume|
|Wednesday, 03 November 2010 08:20|
FREEPORT, Grand Bahama -- Thanks again to everyone for supporting Howl at the Moon October 23rd. See additional party photos below.
We're pleased to report that we adopted 24 dogs and puppies locally in the month of October! This is about double our average and we're hoping these numbers keep increasing.
We can only hope more people are realizing that not only is adoption the humane choice, but it is a good value! Our adoption fees are reasonable, our pets come with a 30 day health guarantee, they are fully vetted, vaccinated, and free of fleas and ticks. Adopters get an information packed folder complete with a DVD on training and care for your newly adopted dog or cat. We don't forget about our babies once adopted and we are here for their lifetime for support and advice.
We might be a bit picky and ask a lot of questions but this is how we try to find the right match for a potential family. We welcome your questions, too!
The down side is that we took in a total of 125 animals in October. 108 dogs and puppies, 17 cats and kittens. A few were injured or sick beyond all hope and we mercifully and humanely ended their suffering. For the most part, the rest were abandoned or lost, bewildered pets, deserving of life and love.
Now that the weather is a bit cooler, we are again working on other rescue outlets for our pets. 4 dogs and 16 puppies are headed to Florida on Wednesday, Nov. 3rd. The dogs to their forever homes in upstate New York, the puppies to various rescue groups in South Florida and Atlanta.
We have other rescues willing to take dogs and pups in the coming weeks. It does cost us to send them out via local cargo companies, and we are in perpetual need of travel crates. Anyone who wants to contribute to Operation Puppylift would be appreciated, any amount is welcome. Please know that the Howl raffle and event proceeds, while much appreciated, is already gone, towards paying outstanding bills for necessities such as pet food, medication, and cleaning supplies.
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