Max is a senior guy. He came in to the rescue about 2 years ago. He was in bad shape. We fixed him up - and found him a new home.
After a short period of time, Max began to struggle and seemed more lost than ever. Max was in a bad place mentally due to early abuse and began to lose his vision. His adoptive family could not adapt to the changes. They called us to pick him. We did happily.
Because of this, Max, is a forever foster and will live out his life within the rescue.
Please donate to support this wonderful senior pug.
Manny is a cute senior boy. He is our most recent Forever Foster. He has known a life of love from his person. As the transition from his Mom to the rescue can sometimes be tough for seniors, and because of his special needs, we decided that in the best interest of Manny that he should stay in the home of his foster and llive out his life. He is 15 years of age, has back end issues, but can get around. In order to keep him clean, his soter Mom expresses his bladder several times a day. If you would like to help support this beautiful seniors life, please consider donating to support his care.