Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Bay City,TX - Urgent - Needing Rescue - only 2 kennels empty.

In the best interest of the animals in their time of great need, please refrain from altering or removing any original information from their pleas

"Not to hurt our humble brethren [the animals] is our first duty to them, but to stop there is not enough. We have a higher mission: to be of service to them whenever they require it." - Saint Francis of Assisi


The impound is full and more coming in - sadly needing to make room 
***CODE RED***  MUST BE TAGGED TODAY -  mountain curr/plott hound - female - about a year old.  Sweet friendly disposition, relativity high engery & activity level.
There is a $50.00 donation to the rescue that saves her.

MISS Molly - Well, she's a really, really nice dog according to the man who signed her over. But her behavior is unacceptable. She has two unforgiveable habits.  The worst habit is that when she is let in the house at night she gets so excited she pees. The second unforgiveable is that if they give her a wicker basket to sleep in, she chews on it. 10 pounds, 4 ounces of pure trouble. 

Blk/white wirey hair pup - male, maybe 3 months old - sweet friendly cute little pup

Approximately 13 pounds, female, maybe a year old.  Dachshund mix.  She has already had a litter of pups.  Brought in by county animal control, folks in neighborhood complaining about a dog running loose.  Turns out the owner left town on Sunday, Dec 1, left dog with her mom - who had reportedly told her daughter that she was unable to care for the dog . . . but daughter left it anyway.  Mom signed the dog over to animal control.  Dog was brought in on Tuesday, Dec 3.  We will keep her on stray hold until Friday, Dec 6 just in case daughter decides to return for the dog.  Marge is a sweet and friendly dog.  She deserves a nice family.

This is Meyer.  You'll have to use your imagination on the breed . . . he looks like a pointy eared Lab with short legs. He is 18 months to 2 years old.  He weighs 20 pounds 4 oz, stands 13 - 14 inches at the shoulder and is about 17 inches from chest to rump. A lady I have known for years brought him to the impound.  Very kind hearted lady who has a soft spot for animal issues.  Her family are cattle ranchers . . . the dog was dumped at one of their feed lots.  She couldn't leave him at the feed lot for fear he would be trampled by the cattle.  She couldn't take him to her house . . . all the dogs who live there are working cattle dogs and guardian-of- the-ranch dogs; she was afraid he would not fare well there.
So she brought him here.  Then she took him back to her truck.  Then she came back in.  Then she cried.  Then she carried him to her truck again . . . back and forth, crying.  In the end, he stayed.  He's a sweet dog, kind of a sedate gentleman.  Not a barker.  He needs to get out of here.

It's only Tuesday . . . I have a bad feeling we are going to be overrun with dogs this week. Will help with transport.

Janet P. (979) 429-7260
Melanie (713) 517-6589
Mick (979) 323-1706 - impound number

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