Saturday, March 12, 2011
Friday, March 11, 2011
Just wanted to share an update on Ninja. As you may recall, Ninja is the lone survivor of the tragic accident on 1-20-11 that claimed the life of Dr. K.C. Toups DVM, Ninja’s canine playmate “Millicent”, and five cats. You can read the story (below) on the homepage of www.hopeforanimals.com orhttp://network.bestfriends.org/golocal/louisiana/16725/news.aspx .
Thank you to everyone who has kept Dr. Toups’ family, friends & co-workers and also Ninja in your prayers.
Ninja’s cervical fractures have fully healed and he has received the green light to run & play and he is loving every minute of recovery. These pictures were taken today (3-10-11). Ninja is enjoying the sunshine and cool breezes and is happy to be alive! Ninja appears to be the picture of health and he is one happy pup. All that’s missing in Ninja’s life is a forever family. Please help me spread this message of Ninja’s recovery in hopes of finding him the forever home that he truly deserves. He has been a trooper through this whole ordeal and it is my hopes and prayers that his life, from here on out, will be filled with nothing but happy moments. He is a very special boy!
Ninja is available for adoption through HOPE for Animals www.hopeforanimals.com. Ninja is approx. 10-12 months old, neutered, h/w negative, up to date with vacs., crate trained and adores the company of other dogs. Please write to me firstname.lastname@example.org for more info. concerning Ninja or to apply to adopt.
A VERY SAD LOSS TO LOUISIANA'S RESCUE COMMUNITY
The rescue world, especially that of south Louisiana and Hope for Animals, recently experienced the very tragic loss of one of its most valuable resources. Veterinarian Dr. K.C. Toups, was killed in an automobile accident, while transporting dogs and cats to a clinic. Also killed in the accident were the five cats and one of the dogs in the vehicle.
The surviving dog, Ninja, was badly injured.
Hope for Animals is asking everyone to offer thoughts and prayers for Dr. Toups' family and friends. He was also a true hero to the animals and will be greatly missed.
Please also keep Ninja in your thoughts for a full recovery. Visit the Hope for Animals website for more information, and for ways to help. A recent update on Ninja's progress notes that he is coming along. Hope for Animals is providing for all care needed, and would be grateful for any donations.
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This black lab needs a home, I have been trying to find a home for several days. The owner is going out of the country and wanted to put her to sleep. I told him that I would do my best to find a place for her to stay. She is about 8 years old, well behaved, house broken...what to do? Tomorrow I need to tell the owner something...help