|Her first day in foster care|
|Licking the bowl after making the first of|
several batches of satin balls.
Thank goodness it was summer because she needed a whole lot of baths. Thank goodness she had an appetite because she needed a whole lot of food. Thank goodness she ate everything in her bowl without question because she was taking a whole lot of medication.
|One of many, many baths.|
Rescue groups are an important part of this process. Most shelters can not devote the time and resources to a single animal with needs like Summer's. She was with us for four months and she made a lot of visits to the vet, took a lot of medication, and ate a lot of food. Very few shelters could have done this on their own, but fortunately, many of them are hooking up with rescue groups like Promises.
If anyone is looking to make an end of the year, tax-deductible gift to a charitable organization, I'd encourage to you consider giving to Promises Animal Rescue, Inc.
Here's the mailing address: Promises Animal Rescue, Inc., 7619 Huron Drive, Gainesville, VA 20155.
Here is their website, you can read about the organization and click on "donate" to make a Paypal donation: www.promisesanimalrescue.org/
Here is their Facebook page if you'd like to follow them: https://www.facebook.com/PromisesAnimalRescue/?fref=ts
|On the trail with Max|
|Running in the pasture with Theo|
|At the Charlottesville Gay Pride event in September.|
|The first day of a new life|