QUICK UPDATE: Is anyone around the city today, who would be able to go to 5th and Central, on the right side of the house (its on the corner), to see if the puppies are on this hot pavement, still?)
Despite the sad stuff I see out there day after day after day, I remain somewhat happy, lighthearted and optimistic.
|My own guys, Rufus and Daisy!|
|My Smokey Boke! aka FANG|
There is also another situation on 5th and Central with two puppies, who've been tethered to poles outside a house, with no room to move, and the water dish too far away from them. They've been out there for days, and today its supposed to reach 90 degrees. I will either call PAWS, or animal control services, to see if they can help. I moved toward them but they got up and started to bark, and I didn't want to take the chance of having the occupants of the house see me. I can't lose this spot that I feed at, and they would surely retaliate if they know I called someone. I had offered to help them in the past with help bringing these puppies to a clinic for their shots, but never heard back from them. This is the same place that I've rescued over a half dozen cats already since the fall of last year.
Sorry this can't be more pleasant, but this is my reality, day after day. There is so much to be done out there. We need to work together to get these animals spayed and neutered, so that we can end this sadness and suffering. I hope you will consider it!
I also hope you can spread the word and get the kitties I have waiting to be adopted their forever homes - we have Domino, Fraser, Brady and George! Spread the word, and have a GREAT day!
"There is a garden in every childhood, an enchanted place where colors are brighter, the air softer, and the morning more fragrant than ever again."