As we look ahead at the coming year, we are excited about our growth and opportunities to come. Thanks to the Sacramento Bee's Book of Dream article, and donors like you, we intend to expand our dog housing abilities. This will be right in the nick of time, as Joshua's House intends to open soon, and we want to be ready to receive animals from the terminally ill patients who will receive their end of life care there. Our goal is to have a stand alone kennel for medium to large dogs that will need time to transition into family life. As a no kill rescue, we are dedicated to giving animals the time they need to become adoptable.
One such pet is Lucy, a nine year old domestic short haired kitty who's owner is terminally ill. Lucy was used to being the princess of the house, and only had one person in her life. She found meeting new people, and most especially meeting new animals, to be an unpleasant experience. Over the last months we have been slowly and carefully exposing Lucy to new experiences and helping her build trust towards us...and the world. Today, Lucy is content and ready for adoption. She can happily meet new people without anxiety, and even maintians a stable disposition in the presence of other animals. Fingers crossed, Lucy will find her forever home soon.
We thank you for your continued support and look forward to sharing our growth and stories with you in the coming year!
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