Bitter Sweet 1/28/18
We are happy to inform everyone that Polly has found her forever home, and will be moving to Canada. Though we will miss the sweet little girl, we know in our hearts that she will be very loved and spoiled rotten. It has been a long road for her, but she is healthy, and ready to start the next chapter in her life. A big thank you to her new parents, and also to everyone who has prayed for, and supported Polly, and us along the way.
Thank you for helping us help them.
Great News 11/9/17
Awesome news Polly is doing great. She has been put on Heart worm preventative, and will be retested at the end of the month. She will also receive her vaccinations, and be spayed. After all that the little girl will be up for adoption. She is so so sweet, cuddly, and just wants to find her forever home.
Most recent: 10/24/17
Cross your fingers, Polly has her follow up visit tomorrow. We are very hopeful that she will be in the clear. She is doing well so far even though she has a slight cough and sniffles. Tune in, in the next day our two to see the latest.
Polly is doing wonderful. She is almost a month out. Her next appointment will be on Oct 25th. At that point they will start her on heart worm preventative. Awesome for Polly. We all thank you for you continued prayers as she recovers, and for the excellent medical care that has and is being provided for her.
Update on Polly 9/29/17
The first photo is Polly before treatment. The second one is after her first treatment for Heart worm. To update everyone the prognosis is very could. She was classified as class 1 which is the lowest class. She will be rechecked in a week, and in one month start Heart worm preventative. Poor little girl. We are all praying for a speedy recovery.
Greetings To All, 9/15/17
Currently we are trying to raise money for Polly one of our fury four legged foster children. We found out the other day that she has heart worm, and the treatment for it is very expensive being around $800.00 to a $1000.00 dollars. We have decided to go forward with the treatment due to the fact that she is healthy, and young enough to hopefully fare well during the treatment which can take up to 3 months to cure. Any donations small or large for Polly would be gratefully welcomed.
As always thank you all for your support, and dedication to our organization.