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  • commented 2015-10-28 10:50:42 -0400
    Hello,


    I was wondering if you could please help me find a foster home or rehome my two sweet angels, Sadie and Hawk. We are being evicted, and cannot keep them, but want them back as soon as we are back on our feet.


    Sadie is an American bulldog mix…very sweet temperment, gets along with all other animals and children. She is 9.


    Hawk is her son, but looks more like a hound than the American bulldog. He is very high strung, and does not like other dogs. He can be very relaxed and calm when not overstimulated.


    We have to be out of our house on Sunday, November 1, and it is killing my husband and I not to be able to take them with us. Could you PLEASE HELP US? I don’t want them to go to a kill shelter as they have been with us since they were puppies.


    You can reach me at 269-3750 or at the number below. I am praying for your help, we have no where else to take take them.
  • commented 2015-10-12 16:31:16 -0400
    My dog’s name is Lena; she is a 2 year old female, Boxer/mix. She is up to date on all of her shots, is house trained, and is spayed. She is affectionate and loving and always wants to cuddle. Due to a change in my living arrangements, I can no longer keep her and have to place her somewhere else. There aren’t any “no kill” shelters in Lexington, SC so this is my last option because I can’t find anybody in the time restraint to take her so I’m hoping y’all can help. I had her boarded this weekend at our vet’s office while I moved and I have to pick her up from the vet tomorrow so I really need a response as soon as possible.
  • commented 2015-09-16 07:50:13 -0400
    wondering about moo placement 3 yr old neutered male pot belly pig weighs 180lbs spoiled and happy sleeps inside house broken loves to be outside hates loud noises has been around dogs and ducks since 9 weeks old very smart but out growing my home and his pen
  • commented 2015-09-16 07:47:55 -0400
    Hi this is Laurie Hopka about moo I am having email issues and need to give you my new email address
  • commented 2015-09-10 07:47:30 -0400
    We have two beautiful male white & khaki Indian Runner ducks that I absolutely love. Their names are James Brown and Little Richard, and we have raised them from ducklings since this past February. James Brown is a smaller male but is very feisty, and Little Richard is a shy but sweet and inquisitive fluffy guy. Unfortunately with our new living situation I am scared for their safety and well being. Ferrell cats roam in a pack around our gated townhouse and have started to try and break into the duck house. Now I am too afraid to let them out of their house, which is very large but now they won’t even swim in their baby pool and don’t get to scratch around in the grass or dirt. It’s breaking my heart to reach out for help to re-home them but I want them to be happy and not scared of their surroundings. I will do whatever I can to find them a more duck friendly living situation. Please help us, I am open to all suggestions, I only want the best for our little quackers.
  • commented 2015-08-17 22:07:23 -0400
    Young bobtail cat with beautiful eyes and markings. She has 9 kittens, 4 of whom are also bobtails like their mom.
  • commented 2015-07-29 12:21:20 -0400
    We have a Russian Blue mix (a small white patch on his belly tells us this), named Toby Lee. He’s 18 months old and neutered. He’s friendly, very vocal, gets along well with cats, dogs and children. He even stands on his hind legs when he gets excited. Once feral, he’s now fully hoise trained with no accidents since we have had him (10 Months). He’s a wonderful cat, but our new home doesn’t accept cats. I am happy to provide a photo. His shots are up to date.
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