Tuesday, May 8, 2012
As I looked through the kill list at a South Carolina shelter this little petite choclate lab caught my eye. I watched her for a couple of days and noone stepped up to pull her. I didn't understand it at all, so the day before transport was heading to New Jersey, I pulled little Brianna and she headed north in search of her forever home. Soon after being in New Jersey she had a adoption appointment thanks to a wonderful GROWL supporter Ilena! They were immediately smitten with Brianna and she had indeed found her new home and she also has a fur-brother as well thats a quite large black lab. They go on walk and hikes all the time and love the outdoors! Brianna is now named Molly and she is indeed a very lucky labby girl!
There was a litter of seven black lab female puppies at a rural kill shelter in South Carolina. Little Kalani was indeed one of those seven. She continues to be a wonderful companion to mom Liza. Here is a wonderful updated picture of Kalani, its been great watching Kalani grow up as we have stayed in touch with Liza and we have seen updates and pictures of her growing so big and beautiful! Thanks Liza for opening your home and heart to this wonderful girl 3 years ago. She truly is a fortunate girl.
It merely seems like yesterday GROWL rescued a litter of little black lab mix puppies from a rural kill shelter in South Carolina. Well Eli (Elijah) is clearly proof that time has flown by and that he clearly was adopted to a wonderful couple in New York that love him dearly! He is almost FOUR years old! Seeing updates and pictures of Eli over the years has been just delightful and I can't thank the Travers family for giving this amazing boy a GREAT home!
Ernie, the adorable southern boy, has already found his forever home in PA. Ernie was rescued from a rural kill shelter in South Carolina. This little calm boy loves to give unconditional kisses and cuddle with you for hours. Thanks to Supporter Meredith Lamm, Ernie was introduced to his forever mommy Barbara. Barbara had been looking for a companion and had been going to pet shops and looking to buy a companion and Meredith spoke highly of rescue to Barbara and she agreed to consider adoption and meet a couple of the dogs GROWL had available for adoption. Upon meeting Ernie it was pretty much love at first lick! Ernie is now named "Buddy", and he truly is Barbaras little buddy. Thanks to Meredith for introducing GROWL to Barbara and having a huge part in making Barbara and Ernie best buddies!
When Pierre went online he was looking for a companion and a buddy to walk and hang out with. He soon saw Trumans picture and surely thought that this little man was indeed his pal. Truman was rescued from a South Carolina kill shelter via Carolina Cockers Rescue. He had been in South Carolina for a few months and they asked GROWL to please find Truman and wonderful home. Truman set out on his trip to New Jersey and after we received the application for Truman we spoke with Pierre and set up the meeting for Truman. He went into a foster to adopt with Pierre and a couple of days later I re-visited Pierre in Orangeburg, New York officially signed Trumans adoption paperwork. He is truely in a WONDERFUL home and those 2 are the best of buddies!
The sun is shining in Newburgh, New York! The days were once dark and gloomy for a special little lady name Sunshine. She was rescued from South Carolina when a rescue requested that GROWL take Sunshine and find her a loving home. That actually didn't take much time at all! As soon as Lauren saw Sunshine online she submitted her application and we worked with her during the week to organize a meet and greet. It was love at first sight for Lauren and as soon as she met Sunshine a new beginning had begun for them both. Sunshine now lives in Newburgh, New York with Lauren and Neil and as you can tell she feel very comfy in her new bed! Thanks to Lauren and Neil for adopting this baby and saving her life!
Little Skye found herself in a South Carolina kill shelter facing death. She was rescued from the shelter by GROWL and veteran rescuer Kerry Bryce. She made her way to New Jersey and Skye immediatly melted the hearts of Tom and Lindsey. Once she visited them, ran and sniffed EVERYTHING in the backyard, the rest was history. Skye is in her forever home getting all the attention and love she could want. Everyone is on cloud nine with little Skye!
Lil Bit was turned into a rural South Carolina shelter with her pal Precious. These two little ladies have the hearts of gold. Both of them were pulled by GROWL and transported up to New Jersey to find their forever homes. Cheryl saw Lil Bit online and shortly after she emailed and we scheduled her meet and greet and home visit. Cheryl had been around Cammi her boyfriends dachshund and fell in love with her and they wanted to add a new addition. The meeting was set and as soon as the family laid their eyes on Lil Bit they absolutely loved her. They are in the process of ironing out some little kinks (Lil Bit LOVES to bark 24/7 when alone) but love Lil Bit to pieces and she is definately being spoiled like she never has been! Lil Bit is on the left in the picture and Cammi her fur-sister is on the left. Congrats to Lil Bit and Cheryl and her family as well. Thank you also for opting to adopt and saving a life.
Wonderful little Ina was adopted in June 2010 from GROWL. She was adopted to Emily in Washington and quickly because the little light on Emilys eye! Its been almost 2 years and over the years I have been able to see updates on Ina and keep in contact with Emily as well. I must say that she is quite happy and content as we all can see! Little Ina loves to gamble in Atlantic City. Thanks Emily for loving little Ina and giving her the security and the forever loving home she deserved. Bet it all on Red Ina!