Ela now lives in Orlando, Florida with 3 doggie sisters and two kitties|
Lucy left to St. Hubert's Animal Welfare Center in March and was adopted immediately!
Ginger left ADLA on the post-Hurricane Maria flight and now lives in New Jersey with a pup sister Maddie. Here is Ginger getting a little visit from her brother Champ, fostered at the time.
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|USE YOUR TAX REBATE FOR GOOD!! Dog Food Needed!!!|
|Hurricane Maria did away with our source for dog food! We are in URGENT need of DRY dog food. Out pets LOVE Purina One, but they will kind of eat everything! Looking for a way to use Order it and have it sent to us quick and easy through our Amazon Wish List. |
Or, next time you come by, bring some food! Thank you!
Speaking of food, we've had a lot of puppies lately! And puppies eat; ALOT!
Check out this YouTube Video of Mimi's Puppies chowing down
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|We've had 135 rescues since Hurricane Maria passed in September and 160 adoptions or transports! |
We are so proud of these rescues and thankful we have the support to do this with only 500sq. meters of space! Some featured rescues we'd like to highlight:
Titán: Found with whiplashes down his back! At Shelter Titán was super friendly with everyone, and recently left to Humane Society of Atlantic County, NJ.
A victim of animal cruelty, Titán will always hold a special place in our hearts.
Read our dedication to Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
Tank: Tank left as a Certified Therapy and Working Dog with trainer and director of Shadowrose Farm Sanctuary in Kentucky. Applause!!
|Shelter Rebuild and Big Transports|
|Puerto Rico's been making a lot of news lately. Most of the US knows Hurricane Maria ripped through Puerto Rico and devastated the island. Our Shelter was destroyed; but we've got a Shelter Rebuild going on: More news of that coming soon. So stay in touch!|
Next: we've got BIG TRANSPORTS!
First big flight: October 2017 (post-hurricane), we received enough generous donations to fund a flight for 63 of our rescues. Next big flight was March 10th, where we sent 48 of our dogs out. Just last weekend, we sent another 17! In all, since Hurricane Maria hit us, we're happy to say we've been able to send 160 rescues out of the Shelter and into their forever homes! Thanks to all our partner organizations who made these transports possible!
Click here to read more on our Post-
Hurricane Maria Exodus!
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