| Jan 19, 2022
Piglet the one eyed chihuahua
As we enter our sixth year of helping the most under-served owners and pets of Sacramento, we find outselves being called to help more than ever. More people are finding themselves in desperate situations, and are being forced to make hard decisions about their pets. More owners are in need of basic supplies and vet services. Twice in the last two weeks alone we have been called upon by our local partnered vet to intake dogs that had been left behind by owners.
One teeny tiny chihuahua had been left at the vet with a protruding eye.The vet removed the eye (as well as many teeth from this senior little man) and asked us to find a forever home that could care for his special needs. Fortuately we found just the right home and he will be headed to it this weekend.
We are also currently fostering underage puppies until they are old enough for adoption in February, We interevened when an owner was trying to give them away online for free (far too young for adoption). When asked if the pups could stay with their mom a little longer, he replied he was keeping them outdoors and was fearful a bear would get to them as he lived quite rurally. They are now being cared for in four different foster homes and thriving! They will be available for adoption the middle of February.
Thank you all for your support. We would not be able to continue to help any of these animals without your support.
You help us help others!
Marmalade, one of the tiny pups
Violet, another dog we took from the vet
Jessa..still looking for a home