2nd check up to see how she’s getting on 💜 1 week until we can start to look for a perfect home for her. If you have anyone who you know who will love, adore and give her all the time in the world please get in contact. She’s the most wonderful puppa and will make someone super happy. #rescued#fostering
Meet Sonnet! ❤️ “My Sonnet was adopted from the #austinanimalcenter on July 26th. We went to see another dog but unfortunately it didn't work out. As we were walking out completely heartbroken I noticed a furry white lump in a kennel. She didn't even look like she was breathing. I asked for her upfront and they told me she came in as a stray and that no one had requested her in the 3 days she was there. They brought her out and we took her to a pen where she ran to a corner and hid in a ball. I looked at my husband and I could tell by his face that he knew she was already ours. She's fearful of men and at the start she rationed her food which killed me, but It's been 6 months and she's doing a lot better. She's the best thing that's ever happened to us. She loves hiding under her safety blankets and eating cheez-its. My husband calls me her emotional support human. She helps me a lot too. She instinctively jumps on my lap and paws at me when I'm mentally not feeling ok. She's awesome. We just celebrated her 2nd birthday with a cheeseburger and a trip to the dog park.
Disclaimer: I promise the junk food is only for special occasions 🤚🏽 Anyways, she doesn't have an instagram but if anyone is in the Austin area they should definitely check the #austinanimalcenter out. They need our support.”
Meet Jindol! ❤️ “Jindol was rescued by an animal welfare organisation (CARE Korea) in Seoul, South Korea a few years ago. He was found abandoned on the street filthy, starving and all beaten up. He’d had both his back paws cut off up to the ankles and was terrified of people. It was the worst abuse they’d ever seen.
They took him in and kept him in their shelter reception to help to socialise him but just assumed nobody would ever want to adopt him.
I found him just by chance on their website. I couldn’t bear the idea of him living out his life in a shelter with such poor quality of life so I adopted him and brought him to London.
He’s been with me for a year and I can’t imagine life without him! He’s still nervous with strangers until he feels safe (understandable!) but then he’s full of fun and he’s so loving and affectionate at home.
His leg stumps have to be bandaged every day so he can walk and obviously he has to take it easy to manage pain and swelling but he never makes a fuss. He’s now preparing for some amazing cutting edge surgery to have a pair of bionic legs fitted and help him live the full and pain free life he deserves!