Miss Ayla is our lovable, goofy gal who is looking for her forever home. In the meantime, this is what she is hoping to get this holiday season:
1) Nylabones (large)
2) Bully sticks
3) Petco Gift Card
4) Day at the Spa*
*Your donation of $50 will provide several days of doggie daycare or a bath with a groomer. You can send your donation to:
Coming Home Rescue
PO Box 405
Rockaway NJ 07866
Please specify “Spa Day for Ayla” in the memo section.
As always, your warm thoughts that Ayla’s forever family finds her this holiday season are always a welcome gift!
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I can’t help but squeal over the videos I found for today’s Favorite Video Friday blog post.
I first saw Murkin last year in an adorable video that was posted in 2011. It was so popular that it already had quite a few hits (it’s now up over 7 million views) and had a ton of comments.
What I didn’t know then was that Murkin is a kitty caretaker and has cared for many abandoned kitties in need of a mom. Your heart will melt when you see how gentle he is with each and every one. I love that he plays with them but is also their source of comfort.
You’ve got to love a dog that is both gentle and kind and Murkin is both.
I decided that just sharing one wouldn’t be enough to highlight what a special dog Murkin is, so I have included a few…
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We recently received a very generous offer from a former adopter. She has offered to sponsor Tina Tanner in an effort to help her get adopted. The sponsorship includes paying $100 towards the $250 adoption fee.
Tina Tanner is a nearly two-year-old Retriever/Pit mix. Earlier this year she battled a dangerous illness called parvovirus. Thanks to early detection, great veterinary care and a loving foster home, she has made a full recovery from the virus. She weighs approximately 45 pounds and has grown into her full height. She walks well on a lead and would make a perfect jogging partner. Tina is house-trained; crate trained and enjoys playing with toys. She gets along well with other dogs but is a high energy player so an older, less active or more timid dog might not be the best fit. Tina is still learning about the world and can be hesitant around some new people she meets but as soon as she realizes that no harm will come to her, she cannot stop wagging her tail.
Would you like to schedule a meet and greet with Tina Tanner? Contact us via email firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call at 1-888-405-7221. Think Tina Tanner is the dog for you? Fill out an online application today!
So after stuff your belly full of pancakes, join us at Mike’s Feed Farm and adopt your new forever family member!
Mike’s Feed Farm – Pet Adoption Festival
90 Hamburg Turnpike
12:00pm – 4:00pm
Click here for directions
Deacon is looking for his forever family
Can’t make it out to Mike’s? We can always schedule a meet and greet. Contact us at email@example.com or 1.888.405.7221
Will you help our friend, Cupcake, become a calendar girl? The post tells you where to click, then you just scroll the down the page, select the circle next her name and click on the VOTE button!
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PDAs. I don’t like them. No. Not those kind of PDAs (although sometimes they can be a bit much). It’s those kind that include public recognition – Employee of the Month, public awards in front of you colleagues, etc. I’m generally embarrassed and uncomfortable by them, at least when I am the recipient.
I also don’t like pandering for votes. It also makes me uncomfortable. It feels like I am saying “Rah! Rah me! Pay attention to me! Vote for me!”
However, today I am going to do a little pandering. Well actually, I’m going to pander for your votes for Cupcake AND for Benny of Two French Bulldogs. He has liver cancer and your votes, and the result it will bring, will help money to pay for his treatment. It’s a cause I can fully support.
Jodi from Heart Like A Dogand Julie from The Daily Dog…
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