Welcome to the Tuesday’s Tails Blog Hop, hosted by Dogs N Pawz. This blog hop features shelter animals. Find a cat, dog, rabbit or other animal at a local shelter or rescue and feature them on this blog hop! Come join the fun and help a furry friend find a forever home. And while you’re at it, don’t forget to visit the other blogs and share their animals that need forever homes on your social media sites. Please spread the word!
Just a couple weeks ago, my hubby and I went shopping for a new couch for the dogs. As it so happens, the salesperson that helped us was a dog lover herself. Of course, we got talking about dogs, and somehow she got it in her head that we might be looking for another dog. She shared an article from the local paper with us:
After assuring her we were not looking for another dog, I did tell her I would try to share this cutie on my blog. If you read the article, you can see that the dog’s name is not China, but Daisy. I wondered what the reason for the misprint was, and as it turns out, China had been adopted, so they must have changed their ad at the last minute and missed the title.
So much to blog about, so little time. The article has not left my desk and I finally was getting around to sharing Daisy today. But when I went to the humane society’s website, she wasn’t there. First I was happy, she must have been adopted also! Then I was sad, as it didn’t look like this shelter was a no kill. I tried not to think the worst, and of course felt guilty that it had taken me so long to get around to sharing her. Luckily I had a brainstorm, and found their Facebook page. I scrolled down through and found the good news: Daisy has indeed been adopted! Not only that, but her previous owner had come to check on her (the article says he had to give her up due to ill health), and he was so happy to hear she was going to a new happy home he was brought to tears. How good to know that this wasn’t just a case of an unwanted pet being dumped at a shelter. When he found out she had been adopted out, he stopped by to thank everyone.
I am actually not that familiar with this shelter, NH Humane Society, but it is only about an hour away from where I live. They have a wonderful spay/neuter program. Their website and Facebook page state that since building a new shelter in 2006, their adoption rate is around 90%. That is the fourth highest rate in New England! So I decided to share another pet from their shelter. Of course there are many to choose from, dogs and cats, so I decided to share their “weekly featured single” who happens to be a very handsome three legged cat this week!
UPDATE – MACK HAS BEEN ADOPTED!!!
Mack was found in a McDonald’s parking lot in Pennsylvania, starving and injured. His Good Samaritan was on their way to NH, and brought him to their vet where they found he had an injured leg and broken tail. His leg had to be removed, but he has recovered nicely and is now just a sweet lap cat looking for a place to call home.
More details on Mack:
- Around 2 years old.
- He weighs 9 pounds.
- Neutered male, mixed breed.
- Described by the shelter as “sweet, gentle, quiet, and serene”
- He has been in the shelter since June 4th, 2013.
- Visit his page here.
NH Humane Society contact info:
- Phone: 603-524-3252
- Website: www.nhhumane.org
Please share Mack and let’s see if we can help find this sweet boy a new home!
I have a friend who’s precious tri-pawd passed recently… He is all the way in San Francisco but maybe seeing cute little Mack will inspire him to look for adoptable kitties in his area.
Oh, that would be great, wouldn’t it? Could turn out wonderfully for some lucky kitty in San Francisco!
Jackie Bouchard says
What a sweet little 3-legged baby! I’d love to have him. (Except for my allergies – and the fact that Rita would make Mack’s life hell!) Hooray for Daisy finding a home!
Oh, that’s too bad you have allergies, Jackie. Yes, we’d love to have Mack too….but I think our household is at capacity right now! 🙂
Dogs N Pawz says
So glad Daisy was adopted! Yay! Mack is precious. Hope he is adopted too! Sharing.
It’s nice to see the good news too, isn’t it? Thanks for sharing Mack!
Sue at Talking Dogs says
What a sweet looking tripawd! sharing
Thank you for sharing, Sue!
Phew…so glad to hear Daisy was okay…and how amazing those times that Facebook is actually good for something. 😉
I hope Mack finds his own home soon. Poor guy’s been through enough. 🙁
I know there are drawbacks to the social media stuff, but there are those good things too! I was so relieved to be able to find out that Daisy was OK. We’ll hope for the same happiness for Mack.
mollie and alfie says
It’s so sad all these wonderful furbabies crying out for forever homes xx0xx
Mollie and Alfie
I know, there are just too many of them out there. 🙁
xoxo to you two!
Caren Gittleman says
Hoping Mack finds his furever home soon!!!
Thanks, Caren, me too!