Bella is going great after her two luxating patella surgeries. Bella wanted to say hello Aunt JoAnn. She is doing so Great!!! 😘❤🐾 – Debbie
Archive for Happily Ever After
These two are so in love. Mitzi was found inside a Mitsubishi as a kitten and Kiki was from a Feral Litter that was found. Now these 2 are inseparable and always cuddling. Thank you to their Daddy Glen for sending us the Happily Ever After update.
🐾💕GOOD NEWS UPDATE🐾💕
Foster Mom, Joanne Joanne provided this adorable photo of Thor, our Andros Island boy who hit the doggie lottery last year. Thor is “king of his world.”
We are wishing Thor and his amazing family, “Happy Days Ahead!”🐾💕
🐾💕GOOD NEWS UPDATE🐾💕
Kira went to her loving forever home today. Look at those faces♥️
Special Thanks to Kira’s amazing foster parents, Sam & Matt for all the TLC provided to this neglected little girl and getting her where she needed to be♥️
Thanks to Sam, Matt and Kira’s new parents, she will only know love, happiness and have “Happy Days Ahead!”♥️
💕🐾Mai Mai the senior Shih Tzu’s, Good News Update🐾💕
Mai Mai’s beloved owner passed away three years ago. Mai Mai and her sisters were given to a trusted employee to love, nurture and care for them. Unfortunately, Mai Mai was given away then ended up at PBCACC. Her new owner didn’t want her anymore. In three years this once beautiful, healthy and very much loved little girl ended up dirty, matted, skin/eye issues, rotten teeth, tumor and cyst. Thanks to Mai Mai’s original and beloved owner’s daughter, she was rescued from the shelter and provided outstanding medical care by Dr. Abbott, Animal Clinic at Wellington Reserve and her dedicated staff. Mai Mai had to have 21 teeth removed, plus surgery to remove a tumor on her neck, a cyst on her face, plus skin treatment.
Thanks to Heidi Garcia for not only assisting Dr. Abbott with Mai Mai’s surgery/treatment but for transporting her to the most amazing new parents on the west coast of Florida. Neither heavy rains or bad traffic prevented Heidi and her husband from placing Mai Mai in her new mom, Nettie’s loving arms where she so belongs. Mai Mai now has a new brother, Willie and sister, Trixie which were also rescued by Nettie and Yuan.
Special thanks to Joy Drasher, The Clip Joint for babysitting plus groomimg Mai Mai which was very difficult due to her condition.
Nettie provided this message from Mai Mai:
“Ok I think I need the biggest bed in the house? I think I going to LOVE ❤️ it here.” Mom says, “Mai Mai had a new bed that she came with, however, I guess she likes the one she chose? Like Goldie Locks, this one is hard, this one is to soft, but this one is just right (which happens to be brother, Willie’s). I am happy she likes to eat even with the loss of 21 teeth.”
As we always say, “It takes a village to save a life and find an amazing loving forever home.”
Thanks to each and every one who touched Mai Mai’s life and cared enough about her to go that extra mile.
Update on Prince who is now Henry from his family:
I hope all is well. I thought you might like an update on little ‘Prince’ who was ultimately renamed Henry!
He has settled in beautifully. He and Hector are best buddies – he is everything we hoped for and more!
Also our vet believes he is closer to a year old than two years old.
Finally did you know that he is profoundly deaf? It is not an issue for us as he sticks with big brother Hector all the time and we have kitted him with a collar buzzer so we can call him when we need him. He is leaning sign language too.
I don’t know what happened to the poor fellow but this might explain how he got lost.
Anyway I will s bd you some pictures. And thank you for connecting us to our precious pup!
Thank you Sue and Bill for fostering and delivering Brudder to his new parents in Rockledge.
Dr. Abbott and Staff for the awesome vetting and cared received.
Love to all❤️
“Frankie has since had Pancreatitis and has been diagnosed with Cushing’s. He still bites but it comes in waves. We consider them our tattoos. He doesn’t take his insulin shots well, but what are we going to do? He has to have them But by and large he’s a sweetheart. Follows us both around and cuddles when he isn’t crazy. Somebody’s gotta love him and we do♥️”
My dear friends adopted Frankie after fostering him. At the time Sharon and Mel took Frankie in to foster he was diabetic and a biter. They have done soooo much for Frankie. He would have died without them. Sharon & Mel are truly the definition of “Rescue Angels.”
Scruffy has traveled across the country to be with his new family. After being found in a locked apartment for 17 days with no food and drinking out of the toilet and has cancer, this little guy has a new home and a new chance at life.
“Thank you Destiny for Dogs for bringing Lexi into our lives at just the right time. It was love at first sight when we first met Lexi!”
Welcome to your new and forever home, Lexi! ❤