One thousand miles to nowhere but a better life… That's where I’ve been. I feel like all I’ve done is drive this week, but sometimes that is necessary. Recently, we were asked by Pawsibilities Rescue to assist in a hoarding rescue. We agreed as long as we could find fosters to help us out!
We took 8 of roughly 25 Lil’ Loveys that came from the Florida panhandle to safety. Three Pekingese, two Chi’s, a Silky, a Maltipoo, and a Peekapoo were loaded into our van and driven to Orlando to begin a new life. They were a filthy, matted, stinky mess but as I started driving I looked into the back of the van to check on them, and all I saw were smiling faces looking back. These 8 lucky lil’ loveys knew that something better was in their future.
A very special thank you to all the doctors and staff at Chickasaw Trail Animal Hospital who provided tender loving care for these very special lil’ loveys and to each foster who has made room in their lives for the pitter patter of fluffy paws. You truly are the unsung heroes of rescue, and we couldn’t do what we do without each of you.
Each of these lil’ loveys were fully vetted, spayed/neutered, and dentals and extractions were done as necessary. Everyone needed grooming, and three of these lil’ loveys are heart worm positive. All are safe in foster homes across central Florida and receiving treatment, but as you can imagine this has taken a toll on our finances. If you would like to donate to their care, you may do so HERE.